In order to create an innovative technology and a prototype of a vibration generating device, UAB Nanoenergija is implementing a project co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund – “Development of power supplies for wireless devices extracting energy from vibrations” No. 01.2.1-LVPA-K-856-02-0045.
UAB Nanoenergija is a company operating in the field of electrical equipment manufacturing, developing innovative energy extraction devices for use in the rapidly expanding field of Internet of Things (IoT).
The main goal of the implemented project is to obtain the technology of metallization and polarization of PVDF film with the help of research and experimental development and to create a prototype of a vibration energy generation device and its test batch.
The newly developed product is a vibration energy generation device capable of converting any type of vibration into freely usable electricity. It is a unique technology that will replace the polluting and less efficient lithium batteries and offer potential customers an innovative product that meets their growing energy saving needs at a much lower cost than other vibration-powered devices currently based on electromagnetic induction.
The budget for the project implementation: 327,494.72
The amount of allocated EU funding: EUR 177,743.17
Project implementation period: 2020. April – 2022 September.
The project is implemented in accordance with the Measure No. of Priority 1 of the European Union Funds Investment Operational Program for 2014–2020 “Promotion of Research, Experimental Development and Innovation”. 01.2.1-LVPA-K-856 “Experiment”.