10 Jul '11, 9pm

Update: Heat to Electricity Tech Happens at U Minn

Update: Heat to Electricity Tech Happens at U Minn

Cleantechnica editor Zach Shahan wrote about the results of Oak Ridge study which pointed out that more than half of all energy spent in the US was “wasted” as heat . The Oak Ridge lab researchers were looking for ways to put this heat to work, as it were, and planned to develop tiny devices – about 1 mm square – that would deliver up to 10 milliwatts of power – useful only when hundreds of them were linked to a similarly tiny object (such as a computer chip).

Full article: http://cleantechnica.com/2011/07/10/update-heat-to-electr...

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