Black Carbon Battery

Black Carbon Batteries (BCB) are made of bio-waste and metallic wastes, both of which are readily available and thus very cost-effective. Due to the redesigned process does not require the storage of hydrogen gas, BCB is the best choice in terms of safety. This is the first rechargeable BCB, an energy storage solution based on low-cost, environmentally friendly (organic and metallic waste) materials. In contrast to lithium-ion (Li-ion) batteries, which are made of rare minerals, BCBs have a carbon electrode that is charged by splitting water molecules.

Zero emissions: Mining for traditional batteries containing lithium and other rare metals, dumping chemicals into ecosystems, and clearing vegetation all have environmental consequences. BCB operation: The BCB concept involves a solid hydrogen storage electrode integrated into a single Proton Exchange Membrane (PEM) cell that can operate reversibly as an electrolyser to split water and as a fuel cell to generate electricity, i.e., a unitised regenerative fuel cell (URFC) with integrated storage.


Meet the Team

  • Mr. Himanshu Jindal

    Research Scholar (CURIN)
    Chitkara University, Punjab
  • Dr. I.S. Sandhu

    Dear, Examination
    Chitkara University, Punjab


Contact Information

Mr. Himanshu Jindal
Email –
Mobile – 7973088100