Modular. Scalable. Flexible.
SeebeckCell Technologies develops & manufactures the first-ever liquid-based thermoelectric cell that converts heat waste into electrical energy and stores it.
Our technology utilizes the electric double-layer capacitor (EDLC) principle and harvests energy from the ionic thermoelectric effect by charging carbon nanotube supercapacitor electrodes under a temperature gradient. The energy can be stored without the temperature gradient and then delivered (or discharged) to an external circuit. The resulting device operates in a cycle with an intermittent heat source, and it is here referred to as an Ionic Thermoelectric Supercapacitor (ITESC). Our deivices harvest thermal energy by letting a heat flow charge a supercapacitor, with the ionic thermoelectric effect. The ITESC, combines the functions of a thermoelectric generator and a supercapacitor. The ITESC could store electrical charges, and the energy could then be used by discharging the device later.
Modularity is of of our key design philosophy. subsystems in our Thermoelectric generator units are easily serviceable and configurable.
SCT's first product is a passive power generator utilizing ample waste heat in Oil & Gas operation facilities. It provides power for the IoT sensors, eliminating the need for changing batteries and increasing active time.
Seebeckcell Technologies aims to harness waste heat in industrial facilities enabling more robust and resilient monitoring networks.
SCT technology utilizes a liquid material compared to solids in current tech, resulting in a significant reduction in the product's weight, addressing needs for new market applications such as BEV, data centers, and space energy generation.