A California-based company, Nano-Diamond Battery (NDB) has unveiled a battery that uses nuclear waste and lasts up to 28,000 years.
The power of the nano-diamond battery comes from radioactive isotopes used in nuclear reactors.
Its radioactive core is protected by multiple layers of synthetic diamonds,
According to the Mohr’s scale of hardness, one of the hardest materials to damage or break is Diamond.
The energy is absorbed in the diamond through inelastic scattering, which is used to generate electricity.
The battery can be used to power devices and machines of any size, from aircraft and rockets to electric vehicles and smartphones.
As members of society, we are extremely concerned about the welfare of the planet and are focused on lowering climate change to protect our planet for future generations.
“With the NDB battery, we have achieved a massive, groundbreaking, proprietary technological breakthrough of a battery that is emission-free, lasts thousands of years and only requires access to natural air in order to power devices.”Nima Golsharifi, CEO and Co-Founder of NDB
According to reports the company is currently undergoing the production of the first cormmercial prototype, and it will be available this year (2021).