EPSRC Energy Harvesting Network

ESP KTN Energy Harvesting Subgroup Launched

Date added: Wednesday 2nd February 2011

Energy harvesting is a means of powering wireless electronic devices by scavenging many low grade ambient energy sources from the immediate environment and their conversion into useable electrical energy.

The Electronics, Sensors, Photonics KTN has followed up its longstanding interest and activity in energy harvesting technology by launching the Energy Harvesting subgroup.

We would like to invite you to join this subgroup to receive regular updates about this topic, key events, funding calls, to get involved in collaborative R&D and generally for the opportunity to network with other members.

This subgroup is intended to focus on knowledge exchange and networking support for the business community and help connect it to the academic community of energy harvesting technology developers. In particular it will assist the potential end-users of the technology to understand its potential and access expertise to enable exploration of applications.

We have partnered with the Energy Harvesting Network, which comprehensively covers the research community, to ensure that together we cover the entire spectrum of interest in EH technologies and their applications.

To join please go to the subgroup's page, linked below.

Further Information: https://ktn.innovateuk.org/web/eh1

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