Coming soon - Betavolt atomic energy batteries (No more battery charging required)


A start-up in China has created a new battery that it claims can generate electricity for 50 years without the need for charging or maintenance. A report in The Independent, it's a nuclear battery developed by Beijing-based Betavolt. And don't imagine a massive size after reading the word "nuclear". Betavolt has managed to squeeze 63 isotopes into that module that's smaller than a coin, the outlet further said in its report. The company said it is the first battery in the world to realise the miniaturisation of atomic energy.

The next-generation battery is already being tested and will be mass produced for commercial applications like phones and drones. "Betavolt atomic energy batteries can meet the needs of long-lasting power supply in multiple scenarios, such as aerospace, AI equipment, medical equipment, microprocessors, advanced sensors, small drones and micro-robots,"

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