Nano Structures

Nanotechnology has the ability to improve energy efficiency across all business sectors and to economically leverage renewable energy production through new technologies and better manufacturing processes.

Nanotechnologies boost the potential of both traditional energy sources (fossil and nuclear) and renewable energy sources such as geothermal, solar, wind, water, tides or biomass. Nanotechnology advancements in the energy sector may have an impact on each component of the value-added chain.

  • Reducing the cost of solar cells
  • Generating steam from sunlight
  • Generating hydrogen from sea water
  • Producing high efficiency light bulbs
  • Improving the performance of batteries
  • Storing hydrogen for fuel cell powered cars
  • Generating electricity from waste heat
  • Clothing that generates electricity
  • Increasing the electricity generated by windmills
  • Reducing friction to reduce the energy consumption
  • Reducing the energy used for heating and cooling buildings
  • Reducing power loss in electric transmission wires

Market Analysis: The global nanotechnology in energy market was valued at $139.7 million in 2020, and is expected to grow to $384.8 million by 2030, with a CAGR of 10.7% from 2021 to 2030.


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