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Rumours continue that next-generation Samsung products will feature wireless chargingJanuary 29, 2015Over the past few weeks there has been a steady stream of rumours indicating that Samsung’s new smartwatch and smartphone, the Galaxy S6, could feature wireless charging...
Wireless charging coming to Starbucks UKJanuary 21, 2015Following the announcement in June 2014 that Starbucks would install Powermat wireless charging zones in US stores, the company announced this week that it now plans to make a similar roll out in the UK...
Aircharge has recently announced that it will install wireless charging stations in 50 McDonalds restaurants in the UKJanuary 20, 2015On the 7th of January, UK-based wireless charging solution provider Aircharge announced that it will be installing 600 wireless charging stations in more than 50 McDonalds restaurants in the UK. The wireless charging stations will be built to the Wireless Power Consortium (WPC) specification known as QI...
Japan proposes strong support for energy storage.January 13, 2015Some news has been released of a proposal by Japan’s Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) to invest ¥81 billion to help resolve issues with the grid, and allow higher levels of renewable penetration. The proposal is believed to focus on deploying centralised grid-scale energy storage.
A4WP and PMA to join forces, helping to enable wide-spread adoption of wireless chargingJanuary 08, 2015On 5th January 2015, the Alliance for Wireless Power (A4WP) and the Power Matters Alliance (PMA) announced that both organizations have signed a letter of intent to merge...
Freescale introduce the first 15W wireless power systemDecember 22, 2014Freescale have announced that they are introducing a 15-watt wireless charging system. The wireless charging system is Qi-compliant with the reference design available in the first quarter of 2015...
Reposit Power offers ‘GridCredits’ scheme to allow home owners to trade energyDecember 19, 2014Australian technology company, Reposit Power, has announced it will be launching a trial of its ‘GridCredits’ scheme. The system comprises of a 9.9kW / 13.8kWh battery system and control unit which will allow home-owners to trade electricity, capitalising on the wide range between peak and off-peak electricity prices in Australia.
Delta Electronics to Acquire Eltek, Consolidating its Position as Market LeaderDecember 18, 2014On 15th December 2014, Delta Electronics, the largest manufacturer of merchant power supplies, accounting for 17.1% of the global market in 2013, announced that it would be acquiring Eltek ASA through its wholly owned subsidiary, Deltronics.
PMA and Energous to develop Far-field Wireless Power SpecificationDecember 11, 2014At its year-end Member Conference on the 3rd of December 2014, it was announced that Energous Corporation, has joined the Power Matters Alliance (PMA) and will chair its newly formed “uncoupled power working group” (UPG) which will develop PMA UPG specifications...
WiTricity aid A4WP “Rezence” Wireless Charging with Industry’s First Development KitNovember 26, 2014On 20th November 2014, WiTricity announced availability of the industry’s first development kit for building-certified wireless charging systems that conform to the Alliance for Wireless Power (A4WP) “Rezence” specification. Although A4WP certification has been available since December 2013, almost twelve months, to date there are still no commercially available certified products which can charge wirelessly (either by use of an accessory or a built-in receiver) on a “Rezence”-certified wireless charging transmitter...
TI Enables Wireless Fast Charging Compatible with the Qi StandardNovember 21, 2014On 20th November 2014, Texas Instruments (TI) announced availability of the industry’s first 10W wireless power receiver (bq51025) and transmitter (bq500215) system for one and two cell battery powered applications, which is also compatible with the Wireless Power Consortium (WPC) Qi, 5W specification.
Utility Technology Market Shows Maturation at European Utility Week in AmsterdamNovember 19, 2014Existing technologies are starting to attain a large scale in Europe, while new technologies are emerging to solve core European utility problems, according to observations by the IHS analyst team at the European Utility Week (EUW) conference in Amsterdam. While markets are picking up in Europe, technology providers still face difficulties with varying standards, fluctuating regulatory requirements in each country and a customer base that is still in need of understanding best practices for new technology adoption. Moreover, acute problems with the integration of renewable energy are adding complexity to the potential solutions for utilities to invest in.
Interest grows in prepayment metering in USNovember 18, 2014One of the most surprising things at last month’s Itron Utility Week was Itron’s apparent bet on prepayment solutions in North America. In a society that is very much credit-oriented, it seems like a difficult prospect to encourage consumers to pay for their electricity prior to use, rather than afterward...
Consumer Engagement in Water is Key Takeaway at Itron Utility WeekNovember 03, 2014Water utilities are increasing their investment in new water technologies to improve the customer experience, according to observations by IHS analysts at Itron Utility Week in San Antonio, Texas. However, adoption of these technologies still has significant challenges to overcome, as water utilities have many obstacles inherently limiting the short-term market scaling of these products...
Water Shines at 2014 SXSW Eco Conference in AustinOctober 29, 2014Water resources globally are under severe stress even as water management continues to lag in technology adoption, water experts conceded at the recent SXSW Eco conference in Austin, Texas. Nonetheless, both public and private stakeholders in water continue to push for improvements and reform, opening new opportunities for technology providers to the water industry...
Google and Motorola to provide a needed boost to the wireless charging market in 4Q 2014October 21, 2014On 15th October 2014, Google announced the launch of the latest smart phone in its Nexus range, the Nexus 6, manufactured by Motorola. With wireless charging built-in, it is predicted to bring a much needed boost to the market in the final quarter of 2014.
Apple Watch ‘wireless charging’ won’t impact market developmentSeptember 10, 2014Concerns that the wireless charging industry could be become further complicated by Apple entering with a fourth disruptive proprietary solution were allayed during its event on 9th September 2014....
Moto 360 - finally here and bringing a boost for wireless chargingSeptember 05, 2014On September 5th at IFA 2014 - Berlin, Motorola finally officially launched its eagerly awaited Moto 360 smartwatch. It’s going on sale in the US immediately and will be available in Europe and the UK in early October. With integrated Qi wireless charging and a bundled wireless charger...
Heat measurement market forecast to exceed $1 billion in 2018August 27, 2014Our recently released report forecast the heat measurement market to exceed $1 billion in 2018. The key drivers will be increasing demand from Russia, Turkey and China, along with...
Sony Smartwatch 3 – The latest “wearable” rumoured to include wireless chargingAugust 14, 2014Summary: On August 13th 2014 a number of news articles emerged relating to rumours that Sony would be revealing its Smartwatch 3 at IFA in September and that it will include wireless charging...