Making electricity from heat

Making electricity from heat

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A saucepan that produces electricity during cooking e charging your portable devices. It is not a prototype but an accessory already available on the market. Perfect for anyone who loves the camping but it is also well suited for energy recovery in the home.

Mom, is dinner ready?
No, 20 more minutes
Luckily, I have to recharge my phone!

A rather bizarre conversation but considering the qualities of the pots TES NewEnergy it is more than plausible. TES NewEnergy is a Japanese company that has developed a material capable of directly converting heat into electric energy. TES, in fact, is the acronym for Thermo Electric System.

For the mass market, TES NewEnergy offers a saucepan capable of Reload any electrical device: cell phones, GPS, iPods, lanterns, media players, tablets and anything that uses a USB connector. With a maximum power of 7W, a voltage of 5V DC and 700mA, the TES NewEnergy saucepan features a charger with LED display to show the charging status.

The saucepans, including the battery charger, weigh about 380 grams, a big advantage for those who want to use them when camping. The device is called Hatsuden Nabe and can be purchased on ebay at a price of around 190 euros.

Still for the mass market, the Japanese company proposes a Fire Box Stove which can use any heat source to provide recovery electricity. This means that if you ignite pellets, wood or any other fuel, you can produce energy.

With the same system, TES NewEnergy proposes solutions for companies that intend to exploit the combustion of waste to produce energy. Let's imagine gods waste-to-energy plants equipped with this technology. If a small stove can refill ours mobile device, what can a large oven do?

Some accessories are intended for those people who live life to the extreme. The "charger cup" is also intended for those who love adventure, sport, camping and above all, love to live in direct contact with nature without forgetting what the technology market can offer us. Other examples:

  • Shock Resistant Samsung Camera and Camera
  • Cover that recharges the iPhone and makes it indestructible

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