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Analysis of energy harvesting applications

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Analysis of energy harvesting applications

  1. 1. Analysis of Energy Harvesting ApplicationsAmbient energyEnergy harvesting is the use of ambient energy to provide electricity for small and or mobileequipment, whether electrical or electronic. In 2011, $700 million was spent on the energyharvesting component itself, rising to just under $5 billion in 2022.Those wishing to use energy harvesting need reassurance that it is a technology that hasprogressed beyond trials and new product announcements. They need to benchmark bestpractice. In addition, potential users and those supplying, financing or otherwise involved inenergy harvesting need to identify the successful suppliers, technologies and users and learnfrom the failures out there. This report provides the answers, with analysis of over 170 successfulongoing uses of energy harvesting in 33 countries. Here we summarise some of the findings.Most successful applicational sectorsThe main ongoing uses so far of energy harvesting are in the following applicational sectorsHowever, this is rapidly changing, mainly as more territories catch up with others in differentaspects. For example, in energy harvesting for vehicles, Ford, Volvo, Volkswagen, BMW andothers are now in extensive trials of energy harvesters for braking and capturing energy fromheat.Overall winnersIn market value, variety of applications and number of devices, the Consumer sector is biggest ofall and will remain so for the next ten years. Overall, photovoltaics is the clear winner and webelieve its dominance will continue. Overall, China is the main manufacturer of productsemploying energy harvesting by number and value and this situation will pertain for theforeseeable future. Of the many types of energy harvesting employing electrodynamics, thosecapturing human energy are hugely successful. They include bicycle dynamos, wind-up radiosand lights, kinetic wristwatches and miniature wind turbines.There is a second generation of energy harvesting where two technologies are combined, notablyphotovoltaics with electrodynamic in laptops, radio, phone chargers, rock fall monitors, cars androad furniture, etc. This is more successful than piezoelectrics or thermoelectrics now butwithout the glamour. Indeed, totally new forms of photovoltaics and electrodynamics are now inongoing use. Examples are non-silicon flexible PV in bags and apparel and electrodynamics inpaving.SuppliersIn our research, most suppliers of energy harvesting turn out to be small companies. In due
  2. 2. course there will be a shakeout into large and small niche suppliers with little in between.Further down the experience curveThe leaders in the energy harvesting market have usually been down the technological dead endsand entered second and third generation technology. There is always a doubt in the minds ofpotential users when they see newer companies offering technologies abandoned by the leadersyet with no clear breakthrough to explain why they can succeed where others failed. Some evenoffer what they can make rather than what is needed.Leading continents and countriesBy a big margin, the USA spends far more on energy harvesting products than any other country.Primarily, it takes the form of expenditure by NASA and the US Department of Defense, and thepublic buying consumer goods, all favouring photovoltaics.Research in this reportIn the IDTechEx report "Analysis of Energy Harvesting Applications" we give more than 170case studies of energy harvesting in ongoing use in 33 countries - enough to give some idea ofthe leading countries, technologies and applications. The number of case studies given byapplication sector in the report are shown below.Buy Your Copy of Report: http://www.reportsnreports.com/reports/181597-analysis-of-energy-harvesting-applications.htmlReport Details:Published: July 2012Price Single User License: US $ 2895Table of Contents1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS1.1. Most successful applicational sectors1.2. Winning territories and their emphasis2. INTRODUCTION2.1. Definition2.2. Size and structure of the market2.3. Benefits
  3. 3. 2.4. Primary energy harvesting needs2.5. Types of energy harvesting2.5.1. Technologies likely to succeed in future2.5.2. Using several technologies together2.5.3. Payback from energy harvesting2.5.4. Importance of the Third World3. THIRD WORLD AND HEALTHCARE SUCCESS3.1. Afghanistan laptop computers3.2. Brazil, Botswana, Palestine West Bank solar charged hearing aid3.3. Burundi mobile phones3.4. Haiti "Faith Comes by Hearing" electronic bibles3.5. India solar powered refrigeration3.6. Kenya mobile phone3.7. South Africa Freeplay foetal heart monitor3.8. South Africa Freeplay radio3.9. Uganda mobile phone3.10. Uganda, Tanzania, Kenya, Rwanda, Namibia, Zambia, payphone4. MILITARY AND AEROSPACE SUCCESS4.1. Canada Trudeau International Airport4.2. China National Space Administration satellites4.3. France European Space Agency satellites4.4. India Space Research Organisation satellites4.5. Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency4.6. Switzerland solar plane4.7. UK satellites4.8. USA aircraft AeroVironment4.9. USA Amerigon fuel cells4.10. USA Germany robot jellyfish4.11. USA military guidance system tester4.12. USA Military land vehicles4.13. USA NASA on Mars- planetary exploration vehicles4.14. USA NASA satellites and space vehicles4.15. USA Textron Bell helicopter sensing5. MARINE SUCCESSES5.1. Brazil Yacht Ferretti environmental controls5.2. Italy mooring buoys5.3. Japan lighthouses5.4. Japan sea buoys
  4. 4. 5.5. Switzerland electric boats5.6. UK Rolls Royce turbines5.7. UK sea buoys5.8. USA sea buoys5.9. USA sea gliders Liquid Robotics6. SUCCESS IN BUILDINGS AND INDUSTRIAL SITES6.1. Austria Uniqa tower controls6.2. Brazil Philips intelligent lighting6.3. Brazil SMT Sandvik headquarters controls6.4. Canada Club Intrawest Whistler6.5. Canada IKEA Brossard6.6. Canada institute de Cardiologie controls6.7. Canada Olympic Village Whistler6.8. Canada Promutuel insurance building controls6.9. Canada Promutuel insurance building controls6.10. Canada Regulvar office controls6.11. Canada St Andrews Cathedral Victoria6.12. Canada St Joseph Elementary School6.13. Canada The Citadel of Quebec6.14. Canada Zero Energy Green Home6.15. France Nestlé headquarters controls6.16. Germany Adidas Herzogenaurach building controls6.17. Germany Agnes Karl Hospital Laartzen controls6.18. Germany Alexander Wacker Haus building controls6.19. Germany AVIVA Munich controls6.20. Germany AXA Maschinenbau6.21. Germany BSC headquarters building automation6.22. Germany Elementary School Bromskirchen6.23. Germany Festo AG Technology Center Hamburg6.24. Germany Hotel Platzl controls6.25. Germany Hotel Winkler Brau6.26. Germany ICE Phoenix headquarters controls6.27. Germany Juwi Headquarters controls6.28. Germany Kaispeicher building controls6.29. Germany MAN Werk Munich controls6.30. Germany MDS Landesfunkhaus Thuringia6.31. Germany Medical Center of Quedlinberg controls6.32. Germany Messe Frankfurt6.33. Germany Milk production Facility Hocheifel6.34. Germany Mueritz Clinic Waren controls
  5. 5. 6.35. Germany Multimedia Center Hamburg6.36. Germany OS3 office building controls6.37. Germany Premino 11 office building controls6.38. Germany residential building Rothermel6.39. Germany residential buildings Schorndorf6.40. Germany Rolandsbruecke office building Hamburg6.41. Germany SAP Headquarters Walldorf6.42. Germany Semper Opera Dresden controls6.43. Germany Siemens Munich6.44. Germany Slab Method Housing Estate Neurippon6.45. Germany Suddeutsches Kunstoffzentrum Wurtzburg6.46. Germany Takko headquarters6.47. Germany Thermokon extension controls6.48. Germany Weberhaus6.49. Japan - East Japan Railway Company6.50. Luxembourg School Axima controls6.51. Netherlands DZ railway station6.52. New Zealand University Hall Canterbury controls6.53. Norway Grenseveien office building controls6.54. Spain building controls6.55. Spain senior residence6.56. Spain Torre Espacio controls6.57. Switzerland AGS Basel building controls6.58. Switzerland IBM Haltstetter controls6.59. Switzerland office building renovation controls6.60. Switzerland Timbered building6.61. UAE Hotel Kempinski controls6.62. UK Club Surya dance floor6.63. UK Mond laboratory renovation controls6.64. UK staircase The Facility6.65. USA 1000 Continental King of Prussia6.66. USA Bryan High School6.67. USA Hotel Kahana Falls Hawaii6.68. USA Industrial automation etc6.69. USA Leggat McCall building lighting-control6.70. USA Park City Utah6.71. USA Perrysburg Gym lighting controls6.72. USA Pulse Switch Systems building controls6.73. USA University Art Museum New Haven6.74. USA VA Medical Center6.75. USA Wyndham Hotels access controls
  6. 6. 7. AUTOMOTIVE, ROAD AND RAILWAY SUCCESSES7.1. Denmark USA Copenhagen bicycle7.2. France, Italy Bluecar7.3. Japan Honda cars7.4. Japan Nissan Capacitor Hybrid truck7.5. Japan Toyota Prius7.6. Sweden Volvo hybrid bus7.7. UK 2012 Olympic Games staircase7.8. UK Think Formula One racing7.9. USA Cruise Car golf carts7.10. USA Fisker Karma car7.11. USA Tesla car7.12. USA train brakes7.13. USA wireless PulseSwitch8. OUTDOOR INFRASTRUCTURE AND ANIMAL APPLICATIONS8.1. Antarctica E-Base8.2. China media wall8.3. Germany Playmobil Fun park Zirndorf controls8.4. Israel Power Paving8.5. Korea street signs8.6. Norway Shell Nyhamma gas plant sensors8.7. Spain solar bus stop8.8. Switzerland rock fall monitor8.9. UK Sainsbury car park8.10. USA Australia - smart grid sensing TelepathX8.11. USA BP gas pipelines8.12. USA desert tortoises8.13. USA Extramart Convenience Store8.14. USA garden snails8.15. USA Greece Corinth bridge monitoring8.16. USA Sarasota County street lighting8.17. USA Times Square displays9. CONSUMER ELECTRONICS SUCCESSES9.1. Austria Head Sports Intelligent Ski9.2. China Bluetooth headset9.3. China calculators Texet9.4. China Easy Energy handheld charger9.5. China Fast Trak lantern
  7. 7. 9.6. China hand cranked flashlight9.7. China High Tech Wealth solar phone9.8. China Hong Kong Mascotte phone charging bags9.9. China Hong Kong solar bag Mascotte9.10. China hybrid charger HYmini9.11. China in-wheel bicycle dynamo9.12. China piezoelectric gas lighter9.13. China solar garden lighting9.14. China solar mole repeller9.15. Germany "bottle" bicycle dynamo9.16. Germany Odersun phone charging bags9.17. Germany solar ski helmet9.18. Japan Casio solar wristwatches9.19. Japan Citizen wristwatches9.20. Japan educational toy Tamiya9.21. Japan Seiko kinetic watch9.22. Japan solar phone Sharp9.23. Japan Toppan Forms9.24. Korea solar touch phone Samsung9.25. South Africa foot powered charger9.26. Switzerland Swatch Group wristwatches9.27. USA Australia power umbrella9.28. USA iPod Touch9.29. USA rider powered motorcycle safety alarm9.30. USA solar powered Amazon Kindle9.31. USA Voltaic Systems bag charger9.32. USA wheel generator strollerAPPENDIX 1: GLOSSARYAPPENDIX 2: IDTECHEX PUBLICATIONS AND CONSULTANCYList Of Tables1.1. Main ongoing uses of energy harvesting by country of adoption, country of manufacture, source ofenergy, technology and leading suppliers.1.2. Some highlights of global effort on energy harvesting1.3. Number of case studies found per country and application1.4. Primary reason for relative importance or unimportance of energy harvesting technologies.1.5. Adoption of energy harvesting by leading adopting countries 2010 and 2011-2015
  8. 8. List Of Figures1.1. Seiko Thermic watch1.2. The tiny EnOcean radio-controlled light switch left and receiver right in box with cover below.1.3. Number of cases per applicational sector1.4. Percentage of case studies by technology1.5. Countries adopting energy harvesting in ongoing programs2.1. Frazer Nash Namir3.1. Treadle powered laptop3.2. Solar hearing aid charger3.3. Proclaimer in action3.4. Thermal energy battery enables off-grid milk chilling3.5. Mobile phone in use in Kenya3.6. Freeplay postal heart monitor3.7. Freeplay wind up radio in Africa3.8. Mobile phone charging shop in Uganda3.9. Solar payphone in Uganda4.1. Trudeau International Airport4.2. CNSA moon orbiting satellite with solar cells4.3. Solar powered ESA satellites4.4. Successful ISRO moon satellite4.5. JAXA moon project4.6. "Ibuki" GOSAT greenhouse gas monitoring satellite4.7. Swiss solar plane4.8. AeroVironment Inc energy efficient electric systems4.9. Helios, the 247-foot wingspan solar-powered airplane4.10. Combining photovoltaic and electrodynamic harvesting in an aircraft4.11. Automotive power flow4.12. Thermoelectrics to improve the efficiency of stationary Solid Oxide Fuel Cells4.13. Self powered robot jellyfish4.14. Oshkosh hybrid truck4.15. International Space Station4.16. Solar panels for the Hubble telescope4.17. Helicopter vibration harvester4.18. Bell model 412 helicopter5.1. Yacht Ferretti5.2. Mizunokoshima lighthouse5.3. Buoy with tidal power generation5.4. Solar powered boats for tourism cruising at 12 kph on Lake Geneva5.5. Buoy with efficient printed lighting5.6. Sea buoys
  9. 9. 5.7. USA sea gliders Liquid Robotics5.8. Wave Glider6.1. Uniqa tower6.2. Intelligent lighting system6.3. SMT Sandvik HA6.4. Club Intrawest6.5. Ikea6.6. Institute de Cardiologie6.7. Interior6.8. Olympic village6.9. Promutuel building6.10. Promutuel6.11. Regulvar office6.12. Regulvar office 26.13. St Andrews Cathedral6.14. St Joseph school6.15. Citadel6.16. Green home6.17. Nestlé HQ6.18. Adidas Herzogenaurach6.19. AK Hospital6.20. Alexander Wacker Haus building6.21. Office building6.22. AVIVA6.23. AXA6.24. Festo AG6.25. Hotel Platzl6.26. Hotel Winkler6.27. ICE Phoenix6.28. Juwi HQ6.29. Kaispeicher building6.30. MAN6.31. MDS6.32. Medical center6.33. Messe Frankfurt6.34. Meuritz Clinic6.35. Multimedia Center6.36. OS3 Intelligent office building6.37. Premino 116.38. Rothermel building6.39. Shorndorf building
  10. 10. 6.40. Rolandsbruecke building6.41. SAP HQ6.42. Semper Opera6.43. Siemens6.44. Housing estate6.45. Wurtzburg6.46. Takko6.47. Thermokon6.48. Modern Housing6.49. Luxembourg school6.50. DZ railway station6.51. University Hall6.52. Grenseveien office6.53. Spain senior residence6.54. Torre Espacio6.55. AGS6.56. IBM6.57. Office building6.58. Building6.59. Hotel Kempinski6.60. Club Surya in London6.61. Mond Laboratory6.62. Mond interior6.63. 1000 Continental6.64. Bryan school6.65. Hotel Kahana6.66. AdaptivEnergys Joule-Thief energy-harvesting module6.67. Park City6.68. PulseSwitch lighting switches6.69. Transparent demonstrator6.70. PulseSwitch harvesting element6.71. Art Museum6.72. VA Medical Center6.73. Keycard Access Switch7.1. The Copenhagen bicycle7.2. The Copenhagen Wheel7.3. Bluecar7.4. Pininfarina Bolloré Bluecar cross section7.5. 2010 Toyota Prius7.6. Solar panel on roof of the new plug in Prius7.7. Volvo hybrid bus Sweden
  11. 11. 7.8. Cruise Car Inc solar golf cart7.9. Fisker Karma7.10. Tesla Motors Roadster pure EV performance car8.1. China media wall8.2. Playmobil Fun Park8.3. Power paving8.4. Solar and turbine harvesting for road furniture8.5. Perpetuum electrodynamic harvesting8.6. The designers at the solar bus stop in Barcelona8.7. Solar bus stop in San Francisco8.8. EyeStop8.9. Sensor monitoring rock net using energy of net movement and solar cells8.10. Extramart traffic area8.11. Biofuel cells implanted in snails8.12. Solar-powered wireless G-Link seismic sensor on the Corinth Bridge in Greece.8.13. Multiple solar-powered nodes monitor strain and vibration at key locations on the Goldstar Bridgeover the Thames River in New London, Conn8.14. LED street light8.15. Duracell Power Rover9.1. Intelligent Ski9.2. Left, traditional ski - right, Head Intelligence ski with Intellifibers9.3. China Bluetooth headset9.4. Texet calculator9.5. Electrodynamic Easy Energy YoGen9.6. Wind up lantern9.7. Hand cranked electrodynamic torch9.8. Hi-Tech Wealths S116 clamshell solar phone9.9. Mascotte G24i Solar bag9.10. Solar camera bag powered by G24i launched in 2010 with dedicated camera battery charger9.11. Multimode electrodynamic / solar EH chargers HYmini and MiniSolar.9.12. In-wheel dynamo9.13. Piezoelectric gas lighter9.14. Solar garden lighting9.15. Solar mole repeller9.16. Bosch dynamo9.17. Odersun solar bag9.18. Solar ski helmet9.19. Casio WV-M120E-1VER radio controlled Solar powered Bracelet Digital Watch9.20. Citizen EcoDrive photovoltaic wristwatch9.21. EH tag9.22. Seiko Kinetic mechanism
  12. 12. 9.23. Ultimate Kinetic Chronograph9.24. Charge indicator9.25. Sharp solar phone9.26. Card with no battery, the image being illuminated by RF power from an RFID reader9.27. Flashing flexible OLED display at point of purchase POP9.28. Light emitting business card with images that light up sequentially9.29. Solar powered photo stand9.30. Flat sheet type of charger that is flexible9.31. OLED posters powered by flexible photovoltaics9.32. Light emitting display with audio all powered by ambient light9.33. Poster with electrophoretic display counting down to the arrival date of Beaujolais Nouveau.9.34. Poster combining flashing LED with Toppan Forms Audio PaperTM sound9.35. Samsung solar phone9.36. Weza electrodynamic, foot operated charger9.37. Tissot Autoquartz watch9.38. Power umbrella9.39. iPod Touch solar charger9.40. Rider powered motor cycle safety alarm9.41. Solar power for Kindle9.42. Voltaic solar bag9.43. Energy harvesting baby strollerBrowse more Research Reports @ http://www.reportsnreports.com/market-research/energy-and-power-supplies/Contact Us:TX, Dallas North - Dominion Plaza,17304, Preston Road,Suite 800, Dallas 75252.+ 1 888 391 5441Email: sales@reportsandreports.comConnect With Us:

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