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Wednesday, June 9, 2010

Microgen unveils first commercially available low-cost, long-life, small size energy harvester

Rob Andosca, founder, president and CTO of Microgen Systems unveils the first commercially available low-cost, small size, long lifetime MEMS-based Piezoelectric Vibrational Energy Harvester (PZEH) at the Sensors Expo 2010 this week in Chicago. The BOLT(tm) family of micro-rechargers can be integrated in multiple power-storage (ultra-cap or advanced thin-film battery) demo-boards, and wireless sensor network (WSN) applications.  The company is based in Ithaca at the Cornell University research park and is a Clean Tech Center portfolio company.

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Sensors Expo 2010