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Below you'll find answers to the questions we get asked the most about NDB.

Describe how you will make money?

This innovation belongs to two markets. One is the battery market and the other being the graphitic waste recycling market. As such, this innovation has applications in both.

This innovation also capitalizes on the battery market where the application of our product is in almost anything that uses a battery. Some examples are consumer electronics (such as smartphones and laptops), electric vehicles, Internet of Things (such as smart homes and smart technologies), aviation, medical and space electronics. The overall battery market for EV[1], smartphones[2], laptops and drones[3] is expected to be US$91 trillion post-transition.

On the other hand, the raw material of the device, carbon-14 graphite waste is recycled and thus this innovation could also capitalize through the recycling business. US$ 100 billion (2019)[4] is being spent for the storage of waste per year out of which 10% is graphite waste which is the raw material used for NDB and should be recycled by our company.

As this project is highly innovative, the positive market potential and future projection is clear.



What is your company going to make?

In short, our innovation is a perpetual battery that is lifelong and self-charging. This is possible because it is made from recycled carbon-14 waste and it converts high energy electrons into electrical energy. This technology is extremely safe because it is made from synthetic diamond the hardest material in existence. Additionally MOF/ACNO/graphene supercapacitor (as storage space for the charge will be produced. Ours device material graphene as electrodes that increases the charge capacity of NDB. Overall the product that NDB is going to make is a battery that practically does not run out and replaces the conventional batteries.

Please describe your business in 140 characters or less.

NDB is a life-long self-charging battery which is developed by nanotechnology using recycled graphitic carbon waste and when it’s fully used it converts to environmentally friendly byproducts.

Describe how technology is integral to your solution?

NDB is a technology that meets future energy needs whilst keeping the Earth clean for our future generations.

NDB is made using cutting edge nanotechnology where only a very limited number of individuals have access to both fabrication equipment and trained staff to operate it.

Secondly, the development of the device requires in-depth expertise of diamond technology which has a limited number of experts. Much less than those in other semiconductor technologies such as silicon and battery technologies. NDB has multiple numbers of these experts in-house.

Lastly, this technology is an extremely new concept that was only made possible through the latest improvement in atomic manipulation achieved through techniques such as CVD and plasma sputtering. As such, there has been too short a time for competition to build.

Describe how manufacturing processes are integral to your Solution?

Due to the properties of NDB and its applications that could cover any device that requires a battery including Electric Vehicles, Consumer Electronics, Transport, IoT, Medical and even power generation, we foresee an extremely large market population ahead of NDB. Thus answering the upcoming significant demand makes the manufacturing process integral to our solution. Fortunately, during the design process, the NDB team has considered the manufacturing process stages and has been made sure that the technology will be based on the currently available systems that are being used in the semiconductor industry.

How does your solution supports cities in becoming climate smart – low carbon and carbon resilient?

Cities require improvement over grid infrastructure due to the vast distances between which power needs to be distributed. This wanting of energy leads to a multitude of socio-economic problems. With NDB we could cover the issue by reducing or removing the distances using localized sources of energies at exchanges or even residential/commercial properties.

Furthermore, Cities in third world countries are challenged with the frequency of blackouts. NDB will be able to mitigate this issue by having a constant source of electricity to bolster their energy needs leading to a transformation of cities.

Finally, NDB as a clean and perpetual source of energy could address the current forecast of the energy industry suggesting a demand spike in electricity due to the ever-increasing population and the international promotion of electric vehicles and smart cities and IoT devices.

Do you have an intellectual property strategy?

Bulletproof patent strategy, where the contributors have assigned their IP to the company and considering a global patent strategy, including China.

What intellectual property do you own?

(1) NDB (entire device)

(2) Diamond battery (generation 1)

(3) Diamond battery (generation 2)

(4) Diamond shield - Self-powering CPU

(5) Fuel rod + nuclear waste energy recovery system

(6) MOF/ACNO nanostructure

(7) 3D printed MOF/ACNO/Graphene supercapacitors

(8) CDPME1 nuclear waste recycling system

(9) NDB application-specific patents (including printed circuit boards)

Why NDB is not expensive?

Carbon is one of the most common materials on the planet so artificial diamond (which is what we use) is cheap.

Whats the use of Diamond Shield?

Diamond Shield prevents radiation leak, overheating and makes it tamperproof. So it's very safe.

How much is the company worth after 5 years (pre-IPO)?

The company valuation (EV/EBITDA multiple of 6.99 based on Autoparts*) is $9.796 billion.


* Analytics, I. Ratios valuation of Seabang Global Battery Co., Ltd. (2018). Available at: (Accessed: 11 May 2018)

How is it made?

It is made using cutting-edge nanotechnologies such as Chemical Vapour Deposition (CVD) and plasma induced metal sputtering as well as C-14 purification.

Which industry does it help?

Almost any industry that uses a battery. Including aerospace, medical, telecommunication, automotive, ‘Internet of things’ and mobile electronics.