For their purpose they have used the crop residue and manufactured rechargeable energy-storing cells from this by applying a unique extraction and filtration process.
All the elements of the cell – the cathode, anode, and electrolyte, are built with nanodot proteins derived from crop residue.
The entire process from the cradle to the grave doesn’t leave out any waste and these batteries are fully recyclable. Fast generative nano-materials from crop residue allow the charge to remain longer due to properties that make them sticky.
The bio-Organic batteries offer 8x–10x faster charging and the current tests show a significant improvement in the energy density and driving range. They can attain full charge in just 10 min and can power 450 Kms range, in comparison, current lithium batteries take 2 to 3 hours and still don’t give you that range.
The prototype is currently undergoing trials with EV manufacturers.
The patented technology will eradicate 7 billion tonnes of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere by the next century and will prevent burning of crop residue thus generating additional income for farmers.
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