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Thermoelectric Materials for Waste Heat Recovery and Energy Harvesting Applications

  • ID: 4380099
  • Report
  • August 2017
  • Region: Global
  • 15 pages
  • Frost & Sullivan
The thermoelectric generation (TEG) sector is undergoing a transition phase, with new stakeholders adopting new materials and developing power output modules. This is further supported by a number of ongoing research initiatives led by research labs and universities focused on organic and hybrid materials for low-temperature and low-power TEG modules. This issue of High-Tech Materials TOE focuses on the recent developments in the thermoelectric materials with focus on both high- and low-temperature applications. It focuses on industrial TEG modules based on manganese silicide, silicon germanium, calcium cobalt oxide, and also on doped tetrathiotetracene that can be used for low-temperature energy harvesting. This issue also covers drivers and challenges for the TEG market along with the recent funding and acquisitions to gain a better understanding of the TEG market.

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Recent Developments in Thermoelectric Materials
  • Low Toxicity Thermoelectric Material with Improved Figure of Merit
  • High-temperature Thermoelectric Material with High Power Density
  • Thermoelectric Materials for the Steel and Glass Industries
  • Organic Thermoelectric Material Improved Conductivity for Low Power Energy Harvesting
Strategic Insights
  • United States and China Lead in IP Filings
  • Organic Thermoelectric Materials are Set to Gain Adoption in Low-power Applications
Key Patents
  • Patents Focused on Thermoelectric Materials
Industry Contacts
  • Key Industry Interactions
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