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Ukrainian Inventors Seeking Investors to Develop Environmentally Friendly Batteries Taking 5 Seconds to Charge Up

Jul 30 2015 - 17:04

The toxic metals (cadmium, lead, mercury, lithium, etc.) required to make batteries, have proven to be hazardous to the environment if not disposed of properly.

In an effort to solve this problem, a group of Ukrainian inventors have patented a utility model, described as an “independent rechargeable voltage current source” with double-layer supercapacitors, an extremely short recharge time of 5-8 seconds, over 500,000 recharge cycles, and chemical elements and compounds that do not pollute the environment.

The new device with the currently available capacitors can be used for electronic devices that consume little energy, e.g. computer mice and keyboards, remote controls, clocks, toys, etc.

In order to complete their research, further develop the battery and produce a trial model, the inventors are looking for investors and can be contacted by email at super.battery@ukr.net.

Prepared by: Olga Goncharova

For more information, please contact ukraine@petosevic.com.

Source: Ukrainian PTO

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