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Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) are exclaiming excitement over a new non-carbon semiconductor material that stands to open up new possibilities for energy storage, and more. Until now, semiconductors utilizing conductive carbon had come close to being fully researched, with few new avenues to explore, but after years of tinkering with a […]

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Analysts from IDTechEx have predicted that Automotive Thermoelectric Generators (ATEG), known as thermoelectric energy harvesting, will be on production hybrid electric road vehicles starting in 2018. These analysts said this technology will be commonplace on hybrids in 2020 and almost entirely to charge the battery, or increasingly supercapacitor or supercabattery used for power. As explained […]

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