This edition of the Energy and Power Systems TOE provides insights on the latest advances in technologies related to the energy industry. This TOE focuses on advances in offshore wind energy generation, BIPV, and thermal energy storage. It also gives insights on innovations in building energy management field devices such as actuators, drives, dampers, sensors, and controllers.
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Table of Contents
1. Innovations in Building HVAC Drives, Sensors, Field Devices, Offshore Wind Energy and Distributed Energy Storage
- Spring Controlled, High Torque Actuators
- Drives for HVAC Motor Speed Control
- Highly Efficient Solar Panel Technology for BIPV
- Compact Ceiling Mount Sensors for Column-free Premises
- Salt Prill-based Thermal Energy Storage
- Heating, Cooling, and Energy Generation from a Single Modular Unit
- Modularized Energy Storage for Buildings
- Occupancy Sensors for Automated HVAC Control
- Solar Powered Temperature Sensor
- Offshore Wind Farm Begins Commercial Power Production
- Key Contacts