A Battery Made From Aloe Vera – This Biofuel Startup Makes Battery Cell From A Plant!

Business Innovation By Nandita uppal | 3 min read

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The biofuel revolution is here. Using ALOE VERA, Aloe Ecell has invented the world’s first 100% eco-friendly and non-hazardous batteries.

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Batteries – A Necessary Evil

The fast development in portable power-consuming gadgets is driving up global demand for battery cells. Every year, customers discard billions of batteries, all of which contain dangerous or corrosive chemicals. Some batteries include toxic elements such as mercury, lead, and lithium, which degrade into hazardous waste and pose health and ecosystem risks if they leach from landfills.

Despite the environmental impact of inappropriate lithium-ion battery disposal, the rate of recycling remains relatively low, as recycling techniques remain expensive and undeveloped.

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On the other hand, exposure to lead and the strong corrosive chemicals present in batteries can cause burns and harm to our eyes and skin. Toxic metals present in batteries, such as nickel and cadmium, are confirmed human carcinogens. Carcinogens are defined as any material, radiation, or particle that acts as a cancer-causing agent.

Biofuel Aloe Ecell To The Rescue

Aloe vera is widely recognized as a natural moisturizer and herbal cure-all, but it is discovered that the calming cactus-like plant may also generate electricity and power batteries.

Aloe Ecell embraces the Aloe biofuel ecosystem, which aims at bringing biofuel-enriched batteries to the blockchain.

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Aloe Ecell has created the World’s first 100% Eco-friendly and Non-hazardous batteries using ALOE VERA.

Aloe Ecell wants to commercialize their globally known 100% eco-friendly Aloe vera batteries and to build a battery collection and recycling network with benefits. Commercialize e-waste by producing fertilizers from used batteries.

They’ve been working on it for three and a half years. Their inspiration has always come from solving e-waste challenges and meeting people’s expectations.

Aloe batteries, according to Aloe Ecell, are non-explosive and can be used in clocks, toys, and remote controls. These biofuel batteries are capable of powering low, medium, and high-drain devices. The battery makers estimate that the average cost of these batteries in India will be roughly Rs 9-10  per unit.

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About The Founders Of Aloe Ecell

Engineering graduates Nimisha Varma of Lucknow and Naveen Suman of Bundi, Rajasthan, founded Aloe Ecell in 2019. To create this biofuel, they combined aloe extracts and herbal ingredients found in cosmetic items and medication.

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A Lucknow girl, Nimisha Varman is one of India’s top 51 Women Entrepreneurs in Tier II cities.
She has over 5 years of experience working with several National and International start-ups.

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Some of the key positions she has worked in are National Marketing Head at Silicon Valley Success in the United States, Business Development at Big Street Mart in India, Founder at Doc-On-Door, National Head at SNCC in the Netherlands and Technical and Project Manager at Vidhyant in India.

Nimisha has been recognized by Schneider Electric, Google, Intel, Nasa, Stanford University, New England University, and Draper University for her biofuel-powered herbal batteries.

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Co-founder Naveen Suman is a young lad from Rajasthan, he is also an engineering graduate. He invented the first pencil cell battery with an aqueous electrolyte and a new internal configuration.

They claim that they intended to do something about waste management. During their investigation, they discovered that batteries used in everyday life are harmful; they are a major source of e-waste and a key cause of sickness. They discovered a green energy alternative by producing aloe batteries at that time.

But What Is So Fascinating About Aloe Ecell ?

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  • E-waste generated in the process is being converted into gold standard fertilizers, pharmaceutical raw materials, and Aloe Tokens. As an outcome, biofuel made up of crops can now produce batteries, and batteries can now produce crops. Now that’s something quite impressive.
  • The company’s native coin, Aloe Token, serves as the ecosystem’s core. It enables investors to generate their revenue by utilizing Defi services like harvesting, trading, and stable supply.
  • To conduct its IEO (Initial Exchange Offering), Aloe Ecell has teamed with Bitlocus, a rapidly growing crypto-to-fiat exchange.

Make A Wise Choice And Go The Aloe Way

Aloe Ecell is a revolutionary technological advancement that will upend the status quo while simultaneously benefiting this biofuel of the environment.

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With global warming, pollution, and other climate concerns on the rise, as well as their impact on health, we must be more cautious of our decisions.

Every small choice we make helps to bring about the change we wish to see in the world. Aloe Ecell allows everyone to make a difference while making a profit and profiting from the ecosystem.

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