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The potential of energy harvesting means there’s nothing to lose

6/28/2011 10:17 AM EDT
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re: The potential of energy harvesting means there’s nothing to lose
anne-francoise.pele   7/20/2012 9:20:21 PM
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GREAT-Terry   7/5/2011 6:33:33 AM
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Looks interesting. It takes time for the market to develop. Energy harvesting surely is an interesting area, both for the transducers and power management. To-date, maybe the cost is of the harvester is also a big concern

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