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thermoelectric

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Power Practical PowerPot V

The Power Practical PowerPot V is a useful gadget for connected outdoor-types, and $149 seems like a fair price for anywhere charging capability -- whether you're camping under the stars or hanging out at home during a power outage.

January 23, 2014

4 stars Editors' rating January 23, 2014

MSRP: $149.00

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Thermoelectric generator powered by sun's heat

MIT researchers and collaborators announce progress on a solar thermoelectric generator, a solid-state device that can make electricity from the sun's heat.

By May 4, 2011

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Waste heat-powered thermoelectrics find investors

Phononic Devices and Alphabet Energy attract investment from VCs and the military for semiconductors that efficiently convert waste heat into electricity.

By February 24, 2011

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Arm band technology converts body heat to energy

Researchers at South Korea's KAIST university have developed a flexible thermoelectric generator that can convert body heat to power.

By April 13, 2014

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Power Felt could one day run iPod from body heat

Wake Forest researchers have developed a fabric of carbon nanotubes that potentially could generate power from a hot roof or be charged with body heat and used to power a phone.

By February 23, 2012

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PowerPot charges forward with X and XL

With two new larger sizes, PowerPot increases both charging and soup-making capabilities. The portable power generator can also now charge multiple devices.

By December 6, 2013

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Charge your iPhone with a tea candle

Kickstarter project is the first step in turning tea candles into a source of thermoelectric power for recharging smartphones and small USB devices.

By May 29, 2012

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Charge your gadgets with wood and fire while you grill

BioLite's camping stove combines a fire pit, grill, and gadget-charging station for when you're far away from an outlet.

By May 14, 2014

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Scientist's $40 microwave zaps better heat-to-power materials

Rensselaer researchers say sulfur-doped and microwave-cooked nanomaterials could lead to refrigerators with no moving parts or cars that make electricity from waste heat.

By January 18, 2012

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Cheers to the all-knowing robotic bartender

By adding artificial intelligence to the mix, Monsieur can learn your routine and suggest a stiffer drink when you've had a long day.

By December 23, 2013