Thermoelectric generators can convert heat into electricity, potentially playing an important role in reducing industrial carbon emissions. In a new paper, our researchers have found a way to reduce manufacturing time of thermoelectric materials, achieving a record power output in the process.
Thermoelectrics can play an important role in our future green energy mix. At present, huge amounts of heat are produced as the by-product of industry.… Read More »Three Reasons To Get Excited About Printed Thermoelectrics
A ‘Q&A’ with Chris Weirman on the latest solar PV and solar thermal project at SPECIFIC. Please introduce yourself and your role at SPECIFIC: My… Read More »Getting the Best out of Solar Technologies: a Q&A on the Latest Project…
[Article written by Kevin Sullivan, Swansea University Press Office] A new 3-D printed thermoelectric device, which converts heat into electric power with an efficiency factor… Read More »Turning Waste Heat into Electrical Power: 3D Printed Device Could Help Cut Energy Bills and Carbon
The team at SPECIFIC has been working alongside the Swansea University Engineering Department and Queen Mary University of London to produce a paper on thermoelectric… Read More »The World’s First ‘Thin-Film Tin Selenide’ Thermoelectric Generator