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We're constantly looking into expanding to different markets by our partner channels. Here follows a quick overview of possible markets for the technology we're developing.



Panels can be fitted to trucks and trains to use the sound of the wind while driving for charging batteries in case of electric trucks and even to power the electric engines of a locomotive directly. The big advantage for trains and trucks is obviously their size; this provides an enormous amount of square meters of harvester space.


For both trucks and trains apply that they're on the move as much as possible to generate the most profit; this results in lots of working hours for the harvesting panels - making them very effective and using the WaveHarvester also during night (or non-solar) hours energy is being generated.


Stadiums & Entertainment venues

Logically it would be a market to look at since we're coming from the pro-audio field, for example LED-screens at stadiums can be fitted with custom sized WaveHarvester panels on the rear sides or as originally planned, to feed speaker intelligence for example. These are relatively small configurations and might apply for other markets as well; such as industrial (production) halls where constant noise is being emitted by the machines. 

Energy industry

The energy industry is a large industry with noisy machines; large wind turbines, gas turbines and even hydroelectric dams. These can easily be upgraded with large transducer fields, since they are connected to the grid already.


The first low hanging fruit would be to add solid harvester panels to the wind turbine tower. These can cover over 600m2 - without having an aerodynamic impact on the turbine blades. 

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A large emerging market is the EV for the consumer market. By fitting flexible harvesters on the bottom of the car (even in wheel arches)  or when the technology is developed far enough to have very thin covers over the roof and other body parts, energy from the sound of the wind could be directly transferred into the battery systems or used directly to feed the engine(s). Early estimates show a possible up to 10% additional range.


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