Will the "BV100" nuclear-powered battery become commercially available by end of 2025?


"Betavolt Technology, a Chinese company specializing in the manufacture of semiconductors, batteries, and new materials, has announced that it has developed a battery that runs on nuclear power."

"Most strikingly, the BV100 battery only has to pass safety tests before it can go into full-scale production, so it could be commercially available by 2025."

So the big question is - will it really?

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I'm curious what the intended applications are.

@singer it puts out a tiny amount of power, so probably IoT sensors etc.

I presume "commercially available" means "available in at least one country " but not necessarily globally?

@MartinModrak Yeah that sounds sensible

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