July 11, 2013
Producing research on energy use, storage and efficiency drives efficiencies and standardization. Research elucidates the valuable nuggets of information to this energy puzzle effecting demand, production and infrastructure security. The work of researchers studying “First standardised, traceable approach to measuring device performance” in energy is one more step to understanding the chronology of energy development.
The Energy Harvesting Journal reported, “Europe’s energy harvesting community will descend on Braunschweig next month to hear the results of a three year multi-national research project to apply academically backed standardisation and metrology principles to the technology for the first time to support its commercial application and development.”
The science of measurement applied to energy can devise practice for determining next step procedures and a platform for structuring demand, productivity and processes that are extended across companies for efficiency, efficacy and economies of scale that support the overall supply chain.
What is the cost to the loss of data and misinformation? The costs are evolving. The indirect and direct costs are necessary to determine the impact on society, economy and the infrastructure that further, effect pricing of goods and services.
Dr Ernst Lenz, PTB stated, “The lack of accurate and standardised measurement in energy harvesting is hindering the development, innovation and market acceptance of these devices as well as efforts to improve efficient use of waste energy in industry and commercial products…This increased market confidence will increase industrial investment and further down the line lower costs, increase energy efficiency, and improve sustainability.”
The work to support energy under the model of sustainability is key to implementing long-term growth and managing the increasing global demand for power and understanding what resources are attributable to the longevity of the supply chain.
- Energy Harvesting: A metrological approach to take place at Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt (PTB), Braunschweig from 28th-29th August 2013
- This free one-off event is aimed at anyone interested in the technological and commercial advancement of energy harvesting technologies.
- Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to register
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