Arkenlight Limited is a maker of micro-power energy cells for use in the IoT space.
We develop and manufacture diamond based micro-batteries and the intelligent devices they serve.
An Evolution for Smart-Cities & Industry.
A Revolution for how we Live & Work.
Tritium Diamond Beta Battery
Carbon-14 Diamond Beta Battery
Application Ready Products
Dragon's Eggs and Sensor Pods
Arkenlight’s BetaLight Voltaics
Arkenlight’s Dragon’s Egg Sensor Pods
Arkenlight has assembled a best-in-class diamond battery research and development team; starting with 10 science professionals and supported by 4 business marketeers, Arkenlight is on track to mass produce power sources that will revolutionise the way the world works.
Morgan is a committed technologist whose knowledge spans from the deeply technical & scientific to the commercialisation of high technology concepts. He has always had an entrepreneurial mindset, starting his first business before he was tall enough to ride rollercoasters. He leads with empathy combined with impeccable outside-the-box problem solving abilities and innately interprets communications between science specialists to engage the non-technical business community. A master strategist, he is brought in prior to the formation of the company to focus on commercialising our range of developmental batteries.
Neil is a fastidious innovator and a professor of chemistry at the University of Bristol. He leads our team in developing production techniques for synthetic diamond materials used in our energy products. An entrepreneur, with great experience in managing academic research projects valued at £6.7M; Dr. Fox holds 20 patents and has published 60 scientific research papers. He began his research career in the aerospace sector working on military and civil projects for 17 years.
Tom is a Professor of Materials Sciences and Director of the Interface Analysis Centre at the University of Bristol, and Executive Co-Director of the Bristol-Oxford Nuclear Research Centre. He is an accomplished leader both in academia and industry and was recently awarded the distinguished Royal Academy of Engineering Research Chair in fusion energy. He was part of the team that won the ERA foundation award in 2014 for their Advanced Airborne Radiation Monitoring (AARM) system. Following, he led his team to the 2015 UKSAF Vickerman prize by using iron nanoparticles to remediate environmental contaminants and has seen his research funded by CERN, Sellafield & EDF Energy to name few.
Talmon is a passionate individual; a prominent figure in the fields of international business development and emerging technology commercialization across the globe. A futurist at heart, he has widespread experience across the nuclear, industrial, and defence industries. As a highlight to his career, Talmon co-founded NSD-Fusion GmbH which is recognised as the first-ever company to successfully commercialise a nuclear fusion technology in pre-energy industrial applications. NSD’s fusion reactors are still operational with customers around the world.
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Are Radioactive Diamond Batteries a Cure for Nuclear Waste?
In the summer of 2018, a hobby drone dropped a small package near the lip of Stromboli, a volcano off the coast of Sicily that has been erupting almost constantly for the past century.READ MORE
Arkenlight "surprised" by NDB's grand nuclear diamond battery claims
Totally safe, self-charging batteries that generate power for thousands of years ... It's an exciting thought, and when we wrote about California's NDB in August, the story generated all kinds of feedback.READ MORE
Nuclear waste recycled into diamond batteries with 'near-infinite power
Scientists are attempting to transform nuclear waste into batteries that can last for thousands of years.READ MORE
Diamond battery can process nuclear waste and generate electricity
The ASPIRE Project, a collaboration between the University of Bristol and University of Oxford in the UK, has developed a diamond battery that can process nuclear waste and reduce disposal costs.READ MORE