EPSRC Energy Harvesting Network

Welcome to the Energy Harvesting Network

Having been initially funded by the EPSRC, the Energy Harvesting Network is now a self-sufficient network of UK academic and industrial researchers and end-users of energy harvesting (EH) technology. Specifically, the primary objectives of the Network are to:

  1. Ensure wide dissemination of the advances in the science and the developments of the technology.

  2. Facilitate the interaction and mobility of EH researchers.

  3. Define new challenges in EH research and address them through new multidisciplinary teams (objective no longer active).
A total of 515 people from 436 companies and institutions are currently registered with the Energy Harvesting Network. For further information about the activities of the network, please visit the 'About the Network' section.
 

Latest News, Resources and Upcoming Events

News: Thermoelectric Network Research Exchange Fund

The EPSRC Thermoelectric Network has established a fund to assist post-doctoral research workers and postgraduate research students to visit other lab...

News: EH Postdoc Position at Utah University

The University of Utah is seeking a highly motivated individual to join the laboratory headed by Dr. Shad Roundy in the Department of Mechanical Engin...

Publication: Magnetic plucking of piezoelectric bimorphs for a wearable energy harvester (2016)

Smart Materials and Structures.

11/May/2016: Energy Harvesting 2016

The Energy Harvesting Network is holding its sixth annual one-day dissemination event on 11th May 2016 in London.

13/Jun/2016: Energy Harvesting Demonstration Event

The Energy Harvesting Research Group at Exeter invites you to join us for a one-day premier energy harvesting event. You will have an opportunity to s...


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Energy Harvesting Journal

NFC powered lock turns your phone into a power source

iLOQ has launched the world's first NFC-powered smart lock that harvests electricity from a smartphone.

This box receives a live news feed from the IDTechEx 'Energy Harvesting Journal', and does not necessarily reflect the views or opinions of the Energy Harvesting Network. IDTechEx provides independent analysis on the development and application of RFID, Printed Electronics, Photovoltaics and Energy Harvesting.
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