Growth in energy harvesting for ceramics picking up speed

By Paul Rackstraw
Published: Saturday, 21 May 2016

The increased uptake of EVs and the growing interest in various types of battery components is fuelling demand for ceramics in energy harvesting, which so far has accounted for a fraction of the industry. Kasia Patel

The use of ceramics in glass for energy harvesting and storage is set to grow over the next few years, attendees at the Ceramics Expo held in Cleveland, Ohio heard in May. 

According to Susan Troiler-McKinstry, professor of Ceramic Science and Engineering at Penn State University, 43% of the...

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