TEGnology will develop an energy harvester or autonomous operations of in-situ observatories. The power will be generated by utilizing temperature difference between soil and air.
Located in Denmark, TEGnology dedicates itself in development, design and manufacture of thermal energy harvesting components, that convert heat directly into electricity with no chemical reactions, no moving parts, no noise. TEGnology’s products includes a flexible generator, Flex-TEG® that can work continuously without maintenance for decades. They can be used to harvest energy from low-grade waste heat. The company has several patents and many years’ experience in the field.
Dr. Tuan-Vu Cao, project coordinator. The Climate and Environmental Research Institute NILU.
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon Europe research and innovation programme under Grant Agreement No. 101086541.