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NEW YORK, Jan. 25, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:

Energy Harvesting in Action

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Ambient energy

Energy harvesting is the use of ambient energy to provide electricity for small and or mobile equipment, whether electrical or electronic. It is concerned with providing relatively maintenance free, long life equipment, reducing the need for batteries. As is typical in relatively new technologies, there is much hype about energy harvesting and it is tough to find which countries, technologies and suppliers see success and why. This report answers those questions using hard facts.

Those wishing to use energy harvesting need reassurance that it is a technology that has progressed beyond trials and new product announcements. They need to benchmark best practice. In addition, those supplying, financing and otherwise involved in energy harvesting need to identify the successful suppliers, technologies and users and learn from the failures out there. This new report provides the answers, with analysis of a considerable number of case studies concerning ongoing successful use of energy harvesting. Those needing market forecasts, technology trends, researchers, aspiring suppliers and value chain should read the sister report "Energy Harvesting and Storage for Electronic Devices" (IDTechEx 2010).

Uses of energy harvesting

This report looks exclusively at use of energy harvesting beyond new product announcements and trials. It examines the benefits of each project and reasons for success and failure. Winning countries, technologies, suppliers and applications are identified from hard facts. These facts, taken in conjunction with IDTechEx value analysis of the energy harvesting market and the progress of technology improvements, are used to project what will be the successes in the next five years in terms of adoption, rather than just trial, of energy harvesting. We give the reasons why. This report is intended for all involved in the energy harvesting value chain, including legislators, governments, standards bodies and investors. Benchmark your success and failure and optimise your future approach based on measured evidence. It is all here.

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS 1. INTRODUCTION 1.1. Definition 1.2. Size and structure of the market 1.3. Benefits 1.4. Primary energy harvesting needs 1.5. Types of energy harvesting 1.5.1. Technologies likely to succeed in future 1.5.2. Using several technologies together 1.5.3. Payback from energy harvesting 1.5.4. Importance of the Third World 2. THIRD WORLD AND HEALTHCARE SUCCESS 2.1. Afghanistan laptop computers 2.2. Burundi mobile phones 2.3. Haiti "Faith Comes by Hearing" electronic bibles 2.4. Kenya mobile phone 2.5. Uganda mobile phone 2.6. Uganda, Tanzania, Kenya, Rwanda, Namibia, Zambia, payphone 2.7. Brazil, Botswana, Palestine West Bank solar charged hearing aid 2.8. South Africa Freeplay radio 2.9. South Africa Freeplay foetal heart monitor 3. MILITARY AND AEROSPACE SUCCESS 3.1. USA Military land vehicles 3.2. USA Amerigon fuel cells 3.3. Switzerland solar plane 3.4. UK satellites 3.5. USA Textron Bell helicopter sensing 3.6. USA aircraft AeroVironment 3.7. USA military guidance system tester 3.8. Canada Trudeau International Airport 3.9. USA NASA on Mars- planetary exploration vehicles 3.10. India Space Research Organisation satellites 3.11. China National Space Administration satellites 3.12. France European Space Agency satellites 3.13. Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency 3.14. USA NASA satellites and space vehicles 4. MARINE SUCCESSES 4.1. USA sea gliders Liquid Robotics 4.2. Brazil Yacht Ferretti environmental controls 4.3. USA sea buoys 4.4. Italy mooring buoys 4.5. UK sea buoys 4.6. Japan sea buoys 4.7. Japan lighthouses 4.8. Switzerland electric boats 5. SUCCESS IN BUILDINGS AND INDUSTRIAL SITES 5.1. USA Leggat McCall building lighting-control 5.2. USA Wyndham Hotels access controls 5.3. USA Pulse Switch Systems building controls 5.4. Japan - East Japan Railway Company 5.5. Germany Alexander Wacker Haus building controls 5.6. Canada Regulvar office controls 5.7. Germany Kaispeicher building controls 5.8. Switzerland office building renovation controls 5.9. Canada Promutuel insurance building controls 5.10. Germany OS3 office building controls 5.11. Spain Torre Espacio controls 5.12. Brazil Philips intelligent lighting 5.13. France Nestlé headquarters controls 5.14. Brazil SMT Sandvik headquarters controls 5.15. Austria Uniqa tower controls 5.16. Germany Juwi Headquarters controls 5.17. Switzerland AGS Basel building controls 5.18. Germany Thermokon extension controls 5.19. Germany Takko headquarters 5.20. Germany ICE Phoenix headquarters controls 5.21. Germany MDS Landesfunkhaus Thuringia 5.22. Germany Premino 11 office building controls 5.23. Germany SAP Headquarters Walldorf 5.24. UAE Hotel Kempinski controls 5.25. Germany Multimedia Center Hamburg 5.26. Germany Adidas Herzogenaurach building controls 5.27. Canada institute de Cardiologie controls 5.28. Germany Mueritz Clinic Waren controls 5.29. Germany Agnes Karl Hospital Laartzen controls 5.30. Germany Weberhaus 5.31. Germany Slab Method Housing Estate Neurippon 5.32. Canada Zero Energy Green Home 5.33. Canada Club Intrawest Whistler 5.34. USA Park City Utah 5.35. Germany residential buildings Schorndorf 5.36. Germany residential building Rothermel 5.37. Canada Olympic Village Whistler 5.38. Germany Medical Center of Quedlinberg controls 5.39. New Zealand University Hall Canterbury controls 5.40. USA Industrial automation etc 5.41. Spain building controls 5.42. UK Mond laboratory renovation controls 5.43. USA 1000 Continental King of Prussia 5.44. Germany Rolandsbruecke office building Hamburg 5.45. Germany Hotel Platzl controls 5.46. Germany Festo AG Technology Center Hamburg 5.47. Switzerland IBM Haltstetter controls 5.48. USA VA Medical Center 5.49. Spain senior residence 5.50. Germany Suddeutsches Kunstoffzentrum Wurtzburg 5.51. USA Bryan High School 5.52. Canada St Joseph Elementary School 5.53. Germany Elementary School Bromskirchen 5.54. Germany AXA Maschinenbau 5.55. Germany Milk production Facility Hocheifel 5.56. Germany Messe Frankfurt 5.57. Canada The Citadel of Quebec 5.58. Switzerland Timbered building 5.59. Canada St Andrew's Cathedral Victoria 5.60. USA University Art Museum New Haven 5.61. Canada IKEA Brossard 5.62. Germany AVIVA Munich controls 5.63. Germany Siemens Munich 5.64. Germany MAN Werk Munich controls 5.65. Luxembourg School Axima controls 5.66. Germany BSC headquarters building automation 5.67. Germany Semper Opera Dresden controls 5.68. Germany Hotel Winkler Brau 5.69. USA Hotel Kahana Falls Hawaii 5.70. Canada Promutuel insurance building controls 5.71. Norway Grenseveien office building controls 5.72. UK Club Surya dance floor 5.73. UK staircase The Facility 5.74. USA Perrysburg Gym lighting controls 5.75. Netherlands DZ railway station 6. AUTOMOTIVE, ROAD AND RAILWAY SUCCESSES 6.1. USA Tesla car 6.2. France, Italy Bluecar 6.3. Japan Honda cars 6.4. Japan Toyota Prius 6.5. USA Fisker Karma car 6.6. Japan Nissan Capacitor Hybrid truck 6.7. Sweden Volvo hybrid bus 6.8. USA Cruise Car golf carts 6.9. USA train brakes 6.10. USA wireless PulseSwitch 6.11. UK 2012 Olympic Games staircase 7. OUTDOOR INFRASTRUCTURE AND ANIMAL APPLICATIONS 7.1. Switzerland rock fall monitor 7.2. USA, Australia - smart grid sensing TelepathX 7.3. Norway Shell Nyhamma gas plant sensors 7.4. USA Sarasota County street lighting 7.5. UK Sainsbury car park 7.6. USA, Greece Corinth bridge monitoring 7.7. USA Times Square displays 7.8. Israel Power Paving 7.9. China media wall 7.10. Korea street signs 7.11. Spain solar bus stop 7.12. USA Extramart Convenience Store 7.13. Germany Playmobil Fun park Zirndorf controls 7.14. Antarctica E-Base 7.15. USA desert tortoises 8. CONSUMER ELECTRONICS SUCCESSES 8.1. China Bluetooth headset 8.2. Japan Citizen wristwatches 8.3. Japan Casio solar wristwatches 8.4. Switzerland Swatch Group wristwatches 8.5. Japan Seiko kinetic watch 8.6. China calculators Texet 8.7. USA iPod Touch 8.8. China High Tech Wealth solar phone 8.9. Japan solar phone Sharp 8.10. Korea solar touch phone Samsung 8.11. China solar garden lighting 8.12. Germany Odersun phone charging bags 8.13. China Hong Kong Mascotte phone charging bags 8.14. Japan educational toy Tamiya 8.15. China hand cranked flashlight 8.16. China hybrid charger HYmini 8.17. Austria Head Sports Intelligent Ski 8.18. South Africa foot powered charger 8.19. China solar mole repeller 8.20. China Fast Trak lantern 8.21. Germany "bottle" bicycle dynamo 8.22. China in-wheel bicycle dynamo 8.23. China piezoelectric gas lighter 8.24. USA, Australia power umbrella 8.25. China Hong Kong solar bag Mascotte 8.26. USA Voltaic Systems bag charger 8.27. China Easy Energy handheld charger APPENDIX 1: GLOSSARY APPENDIX 2: IDTECHEX PUBLICATIONS AND CONSULTANCY

FIGURES

1.1. Frazer Nash Namir

2.1. Treadle powered laptop

2.2. Proclaimer in action

2.3. Mobile phone in use in Kenya

2.4. Mobile phone charging shop in Uganda

2.5. Solar payphon in Uganda

2.6. Solar hearing aid charger

2.7. Freeplay wind up radio in Africa

2.8. Freeplay postal heart monitor

3.1. Oshkosh hybrid truck

3.2. Automotive power flow

3.3. Swiss solar plane

3.4. Helicopter vibration harvester

3.5. Bell model 412 helicopter

3.6. AeroVironment Inc energy efficient electric systems

3.7. Helios, the 247-foot wingspan solar-powered airplane

3.8. Combining photovoltaic and electrodynamic harvesting in an aircraft

3.9. Trudeau International Airport

3.10. Successful ISRO moon satellite

3.11. CNSA moon orbiting satellite with solar cells

3.12. Solar powered ESA satellites

3.13. JAXA moon project

3.14. "Ibuki" GOSAT greenhouse gas monitoring satellite

3.15. International Space Station

3.16. Solar panels for the Hubble telescope

4.1. USA sea gliders Liquid Robotics

4.2. Wave Glider

4.3. Yacht Ferretti

4.4. Sea buoys

4.5. Buoy with efficient printed lighting

4.6. Buoy with tidal power generation

4.7. Mizunokoshima lighthouse

4.8. Solar powered boats for tourism cruising at 12 kph on Lake Geneva

5.1. Keycard Access Switch

5.2. PulseSwitch lighting switches

5.3. Transparent demonstrator

5.4. PulseSwitch harvesting element

5.5. Alexander Wacker Haus building

5.6. Office building

5.7. Regulvar office

5.8. Regulvar office 2

5.9. Kaispeicher building

5.10. Office building

5.11. Promutuel building

5.12. OS3 Intelligent office building

5.13. Torre Espacio

5.14. Intelligent lighting system

5.15. Nestlé HQ

5.16. SMT Sandvik HA

5.17. Uniqa tower

5.18. Juwi HQ

5.19. AGS

5.20. Thermokon

5.21. Takko

5.22. ICE Phoenix

5.23. MDS

5.24. Premino 11

5.25. SAP HQ

5.26. Hotel Kempinski

5.27. Multimedia Center

5.28. Adidas Herzogenaurach

5.29. Institute de Cardiologie

5.30. Interior

5.31. Meuritz Clinic

5.32. AK Hospital

5.33. Modern Housing

5.34. Housing estate

5.35. Green home

5.36. Club Intrawest

5.37. Park City

5.38. Shorndorf building

5.39. Rothermel building

5.40. Olympic village

5.41. Medical center

5.42. University Hall

5.43. AdaptivEnergy's Joule-Thief energy-harvesting module

5.44. Mond Laboratory

5.45. Mond interior

5.46. 1000 Continental

5.47. Rolandsbruecke building

5.48. Hotel Platzl

5.49. Festo AG

5.50. IBM

5.51. VA Medical Center

5.52. Spain senior residence

5.53. Wurtzburg

5.54. Bryan school

5.55. St Joseph school

5.56. AXA

5.57. Messe Frankfurt

5.58. Citadel

5.59. Building

5.60. St Andrew's Cathedral

5.61. Art Museum

5.62. Ikea

5.63. AVIVA

5.64. Siemens

5.65. MAN

5.66. Luxembourg school

5.67. Semper Opera

5.68. Hotel Winkler

5.69. Hotel Kahana

5.70. Promutuel

5.71. Grenseveien office

5.72. Club Surya in London

5.73. DZ railway station

6.1. Tesla Motors Roadster pure EV performance car

6.2. Bluecar

6.3. Pininfarina Bolloré Bluecar cross section

6.4. 2010 Toyota Prius

6.5. Solar panel on roof of the new plug in Prius

6.6. Fisker Karma

6.7. Volvo hybrid bus Sweden

6.8. Cruise Car Inc solar golf cart

7.1. Sensor monitoring rock net using energy of net movement and solar cells

7.2. Perpetuum electrodynamic harvesting

7.3. LED street light

7.4. Solar-powered wireless G-Link seismic sensor on the Corinth Bridge in Greece.

7.5. Multiple solar-powered nodes monitor strain and vibration at key locations on the Goldstar Bridge over the Thames River in New London, Conn

7.6. Duracell Power Rover

7.7. Power paving

7.8. China media wall

7.9. Solar and turbine harvesting for road furniture

7.10. The designers at the solar bus stop in Barcelona

7.11. Solar bus stop in San Francisco

7.12. EyeStop

7.13. Extramart traffic area

7.14. Playmobil Fun Park

8.1. China Bluetooth headset

8.2. Citizen EcoDrive photovoltaic wristwatch

8.3. Casio WV-M120E-1VER radio controlled Solar powered Bracelet Digital Watch

8.4. Tissot Autoquartz watch

8.5. Seiko Kinetic mechanism

8.6. Ultimate Kinetic Chronograph

8.7. Charge indicator

8.8. Texet calculator

8.9. iPod Touch solar charger

8.10. Hi-Tech Wealth's S116 clamshell solar phone

8.11. Sharp solar phone

8.12. Samsung solar phone

8.13. Solar garden lighting

8.14. Odersun solar bag

8.15. EH tag

8.16. Hand cranked electrodynamic torch

8.17. Multimode electrodynamic / solar EH chargers HYmini and MiniSolar.

8.18. Intelligent Ski

8.19. Left, traditional ski - right, Head Intelligence ski with Intellifibers

8.20. Weza electrodynamic, foot operated charger

8.21. Solar mole repeller

8.22. Wind up lantern

8.23. Bosch dynamo

8.24. In-wheel dynamo

8.25. Piezoelectric gas lighter

8.26. Power umbrella

8.27. Mascotte G24i Solar bag

8.28. Solar camera bag powered by G24i launched in 2010 with dedicated camera battery charger

8.29. Voltaic solar bag

8.30. Electrodynamic Easy Energy YoGen

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