New SuperBatteries are Finally Here

Company HE3DA President Jan Prochazka shows qualities of a new battery during the official start of a battery production line in Prague, on Monday, Dec. 19, 2016. The new battery is based on nanotechnology and is supposed to be be more efficient, long-lasting, cheaper, lighter and above all safer. The battery is designed to store energy from renewable electric sources and cooperate with smart grids. Next planned type will be suitable for electric cars. (Michal Kamaryt /CTK via AP)

It’s been a long time coming, but the wait is now over for a battery that lasts longer than your milk. Having to replace batteries in games, remotes, and other electrical devices are annoying, especially when you seem to be doing it every month. But, that may all be a thing of the past thanks to the Prague-based company, HE3DA. New superbatteries have finally been created that are capable of charging faster and lasting longer than any other technology out there and are being mass produced as you read this.


The new batteries will be produced using nanotechnology and will be cheaper, lighter, safer, and last longer than any other battery is currently available on the market. Jan Prochazka is the founder of the company behind the revolutionary battery and has been working on the idea since 2009. The plan is for the company to produce two different types of battery:  one suitable as a storage system for solar panels and the other is a faster-charging battery hat would be more suitable for charging electric vehicles. Another selling point for this battery is the safety aspect of it as it won’t ever overheat or explode.

A new battery based on nanotechnology is on display during the official start of a battery production line in Prague, on Monday, Dec. 19, 2016. The new battery developed by the HE3DA company is supposed to be more efficient, long-lasting, cheaper, lighter and above all safer. It is designed to store energy from renewable electric sources and cooperate with smart grids. Next planned type will be suitable for electric cars. (Michal Kamaryt /CTK via AP)

Production of these batteries is already in force, and the company is ready for the launch.  Plans are already being established for another factory to be built in Slovakia, with discussions of further plants to be erected in Germany and Spain also which will look to service the European and US markets.



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