Three Australian agencies jointly develop self-charging battery technology that can harvest electricity from air moisture

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Pinwan, May 12, according to the Financial Associated Press, Australian company Strategic Elements is working with the University of New South Wales and the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization (CSIRO) to develop a flexible, self-charging battery technology. The electrical energy is harvested from the moisture in the air to power the device directly without needing to be plugged in.

The company claims this advancement in self-charging technology could boost its charging capability from milliamp-hours to amp-hours. Strategic Elements calls the technology “energy ink” and says it’s non-flammable, made from a safe, green and sustainable material that can be printed onto flexible plastic.

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