Strategic Element’s (ASX:SOR) battery ink generates milliamps from moisture

Highlights

  • Strategic Elements has declared that it has achieved a significant milestone with its moisture-based battery technology producing more than a milliamp of electrical current from humidity in the air.
  • The Company’s objective was to fabricate prototype Battery Ink cells targeted towards this sector producing one milliamp of electrical current.
  • Post this announcement, shares of Strategic Elements dropped by over 4% to trade at AU$0.315 on the ASX.

ASX-listed diversified financial Company Strategic Elements Ltd (ASX:SOR) announced that it has achieved an important milestone with its moisture-based battery technology producing more than a milliamp of electrical current from humidity in the air. Prototype Battery Ink cells produced 100mAh of electric charge over 3 days. The milestone of milliamp-range current output is a significant achievement as it increases the potential array of applications that could be powered by the technology.

Post this announcement, shares of Strategic Elements dropped by 4.546% to close today’s trade at AU$0.315 on the ASX.

The electronic skin patch sector is the commercial focus for the technology initially, as it produced US$10 billion in revenue in 2019 and is forecast by IDTechEx to grow to nearly US$40 billion by 2030. It also has lower requirements (e.g. duration, current, voltage) than other electronics sectors.

According to today’s announcement, the Company has successfully fabricated a 6cm x 6cm prototype achieving over 1mA (milliamp) of current output under load over a 35-hour testing period. The prototype Battey Ink cells produced over 100 mAh (milliamp hours) of electric charge over 3 days. Battery Ink cells could either be used to directly power a device such as the above or compliment a battery to extend device life. These different use cases provide alternative commercialisation and partnering options for the Company.

Bottom Line:

Significant further improvement in performance is expected over the next few months as the prototype ink becomes increasingly optimised for use in screen printing equipment.

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