Ambri: A Battery that Could Change the World

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Aldrin Speck
Aldrin Speck

Calcium Metal can be dangerous: if air gets inside these cells, it can ignite. Alkaline metals react exothermically with water and acids.

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Jacqueline Brunder
Jacqueline Brunder

Interesting.

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Cynthia Greenwood
Cynthia Greenwood

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The Inspiring Engineer - Scrapbook
The Inspiring Engineer - Scrapbook

How well does it cope with small movement, like a ship? Shipping will be a big market :)

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The Inspiring Engineer - Scrapbook
The Inspiring Engineer - Scrapbook

You could go in to the power storage business aith batteries designed to refine the electrodes and then use the refined material to supply batteries to customers - in effect you are in the refining business as well as the battery business...

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No Censorship
No Censorship

He is genius.

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Jim Baldwin
Jim Baldwin

Why not pair liquid metal and LI batteries together? They would help regulate each others temps.

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Johnny Boye
Johnny Boye

Half an hour absolutely well spent. Super stuff.

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Jamol Media
Jamol Media

I think i just found my mentor for this journey of mines into battery technology. Awesome videos but the way

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Leandro Dos Santos
Leandro Dos Santos

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walter furian
walter furian

These batteries once in production would be great for houses with solar roofs like the Tesla ones but more reliable work life but the Tesla ones are very expensive . If these could be made with higher output and cost effective. Put me down for one as I would be really interested and I would think a lot of other people would be aswell.

2 dagen geleden
Parker Essential
Parker Essential

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Commodore Solar
Commodore Solar

looks brilliant, wish you success

2 dagen geleden
Arpit Kumar
Arpit Kumar

We need this

2 dagen geleden
Frank H. Ritz
Frank H. Ritz

Very nice interview, very smart guy and his product.

2 dagen geleden
3abdo insan
3abdo insan

a true professor .smart and very informative

3 dagen geleden
Richard Mccain
Richard Mccain

I would like to know more about your microphone's

3 dagen geleden
Rod M
Rod M

Could you make the battery spherical in linear bearing arrangement?

3 dagen geleden
jack baby
jack baby

Which kind of energy we use to keep those batteries in liquid state ??? It means does it loose energy efficiency??

4 dagen geleden
Nancy Earickson
Nancy Earickson

So I love all your explanation of how everything works Tesla had energy creation and energy need problem solved why do you not look into electromagnetic energy because no one can make any money that way

4 dagen geleden
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Snowing on the Charles.

5 dagen geleden
derek arsenault
derek arsenault

in the desert use a ferenial lens to heat an outer casing of the battery. optimized the design to be heated and hold heat from the lens throughout the night

5 dagen geleden
William Brooks
William Brooks

Great Interview ... Liquid Metal is boss.

5 dagen geleden
Srinivas Varanasi
Srinivas Varanasi

Keeping the temperature at 700 degc and having containers which can withstand such temperatures without interacting with the ingredients is a challenge. What are the capacities above which this battery starts to become more economical?

6 dagen geleden
Richie Rich
Richie Rich

Ambri, fantastic idea and a reality. It will bring stable electricity for meny. Now what we need is a Feasible renewable energy. I say this, because wind and solar can't at this time provide the amount of energy we need for our future.

7 dagen geleden
milos popovic
milos popovic

It can be buried underground.

7 dagen geleden
Not A Globe
Not A Globe

You 2👎🏽

8 dagen geleden
alsmith20000
alsmith20000

This is really exciting, but some of the stuff that Donald Sadoway says don't stack up. He talks about using materials that are easy to source and have no political barriers involved. The primary global supplier of antimony is China though, followed by Russian and then Tajikstan.

9 dagen geleden
sting aling
sting aling

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9 dagen geleden
fred
fred

Not practical.

9 dagen geleden
Craig Whitley
Craig Whitley

I cannot see why, but this appears to be a very sound idea, backed by sound science, yet like Graphene seems it can do everything except get out of the lab! Are EGOS too big to partner with Tesla for Grid storage thus freeing Li-Ion battery production for cars? Unless there is some hidden problem remaining to be solved, what are these not being produced in massive quantities today?

9 dagen geleden
Gravitron Rutherford
Gravitron Rutherford

This battery sounds like it would be good for yachts and spaceships as well as space stations

10 dagen geleden
hamidi
hamidi

thank you professor, happy to hear great humble man talking about technology and knowledge.

10 dagen geleden
Rambler Andy
Rambler Andy

Repeat watched this from March. Don't know what I was doing then to miss the excellence of this interview but I'm acknowledging it now. I didn't hear anything on efficiency and cost but can I assume it meets modern standards? Anyway, a very enjoyable half hour. 👍

11 dagen geleden
longcours
longcours

What about utilisation in cars ? The world is currently descending into another heavily subsidised alternative : hydrogen ?

11 dagen geleden
longcours
longcours

Beautiful, thank you ! Can you also refine the windmill concept ? Currently it is a horrendous polluting non economical device running on public subsidies...

11 dagen geleden
zack st
zack st

This guy is a beast.

11 dagen geleden
Khaled Hussain
Khaled Hussain

Where is the stimulus money on this technology?

12 dagen geleden
Woodrow Monte
Woodrow Monte

Been around for years now without any success at even a working prototype........something very wrong here!

12 dagen geleden
David Kendall
David Kendall

Fantastic interview and am very enthusiastic about the potential of liquid metal batteries as another useful way to store energy

13 dagen geleden
icu Rad
icu Rad

I've just put in my vote, nominating the Professor for a noble prize, in the field of communication...Just imagine what the world would be like if all politicians could speak like that!!

14 dagen geleden
alan connelly
alan connelly

Not another miracle battery sales pitch for money. Liquid metal battery, hot metal takes energy and increases resistance. Plus you to connect to a very hot battery, very iffy tech

14 dagen geleden
Craig Whitley
Craig Whitley

The energy expended in CHARGE/DISCHARGE cycles keeps the battery hot. However, something is not being mentioned as IF it is what is CLAIMED, there is no reason it should not be in production. Where is the late, great, Paul Harvey with "And now you know the rest of the story"?

9 dagen geleden
Joe King
Joe King

Do these video makers pay for all these gushing BS posts???

14 dagen geleden
John Coppola
John Coppola

i like this guy!

14 dagen geleden
huey ho
huey ho

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Ryan Buhler
Ryan Buhler

How does this compare with flow batteries?.. flow batteries sound easier and safer to me.

15 dagen geleden
War Peace
War Peace

The 2 Elephants in the room were not addressed sufficiently. Running temp of battery 700 C Deg. For grid scale battery we are talking about many shipping containers for a medium city like Las Vegas which means thousands or millions of tonnes of Metal. That is an enormous amount of energy to heat that up to liquid. That energy has to come from somewhere before you start your first cycle. That is a cost. Antimony is rare. Where are you going to get the vast quantities of Antimony from? There are other less obvious flaws which are probably solvable but these two issues make this a non starter for grid scale solar. Pumped Hydro is the obvious long term candidate for grid scale storage. Prohibitive capital cost are a big problem but running costs and efficiency is very attractive and can last centuries.

16 dagen geleden
Randy Randerson
Randy Randerson

A note on where he's getting the antimony: 84% the world's supply comes from China. Still loads more ethical than African mineral mining.

16 dagen geleden
Randy Randerson
Randy Randerson

He's right, this is a solution for grid scale power. The lack of critical failure is especially attractive, especially for inclement solar weather!

16 dagen geleden
Russell Booth
Russell Booth

Amazing 32 minutes!! Let's hope that he can succeed with his dream and make this happen for the world.

17 dagen geleden
PepsiJosLouis
PepsiJosLouis

Great video. You guys should have Kirk Sorensen on to talk about LFTR nuclear.

17 dagen geleden
Mike Beutner
Mike Beutner

What a refreshingly cogent and brilliant interview! As a recently retired professor, I am in awe of Donald Sadoway's precision in making terse and practical comments during a prolonged interview. Wonderful. I, personally, would like to invest a portion of my retirement portfolio into this company. Well done!

17 dagen geleden
Zubair Khan
Zubair Khan

Sadoway has been marketing this for years now (check YouTube) and he has taken billions from investors. Not one penlight battery produced to date. This guy is a conman https://youtu.be/Sddb0Khx0yA

18 dagen geleden
Peter Vossos
Peter Vossos

This bloke has it all , the brain, the talk, the product ...this is going to go BIG man..good on yah!!!!

18 dagen geleden
Arun Ravi
Arun Ravi

Rare Idea. Great Professor. Right Questions. Clear Answers. The Professor's philosophy is mind blowing-use dirt from your back yard, marry it with a rare idea, implement it with bright young minds who want to make a difference to the way we live, and leave it to them to take care of ethical business and continued development in technology. The day the Professor set foot in this path and the day he retires and leaves it to a bright and dedicated bunch of youngies and when he looks back he would be a satisfied human being and pleased with himself and for the world at large. The Professor brimming with a youthful charm and experienced wisdom is one of the rarities to find these days. I wish the Professor and his team great health and great progress and a fantastic result. Such minds are the need of the hour for a change in this greed driven world. can't find enough words to express myself fully. Beautiful video and apt questions. regards ravi

18 dagen geleden
Sagar Tanksali
Sagar Tanksali

I have a nagging question (or two) here. How does one get the temperature of the battery to the desired level (700 degree) in the first place? How does one maintain the temperature at that level for prolonged periods (the professor has partially answered the second)? In a distributed energy grid, how difficult will it be to generate/sustain that kinda of heat "in the field"? What's the penalty imposed on the system in pursuit of such high heat? Overall, it seems like the beginning of something quite exciting.

19 dagen geleden
Craig Whitley
Craig Whitley

The very first charging cycle heats the battery. Subsequent charge/discharge cycles keep the battery hot. That is exactly what you would want for grid storage. However, there has to be something NOT SAID, as nothing mentioned would prevent this battery being in massive production today.

9 dagen geleden
Shogun Autoworks
Shogun Autoworks

I want on this team. I'm not a chemist. But I am a problem solver. Aerogel would be amazing to compactly insulate this battery from up to 1200 degrees or more. I have so many ideas watching this I'd kill to be on the research team.

19 dagen geleden
SANTHOSH REDDY
SANTHOSH REDDY

THORIOM future power base

19 dagen geleden
Craig Whitley
Craig Whitley

Possibly however we need as many sources as possible. There is no one size fits all silver bullet for our energy needs.

9 dagen geleden
Daryl Cheshire
Daryl Cheshire

I like the idea of integrating a liquid metal battery and aloominum smelting.

19 dagen geleden
nevmcc
nevmcc

Coming to you soon from a Chinese sweat shop.

19 dagen geleden
William Hughes-Games
William Hughes-Games

I wonder if a Corning Ware container with a insulation layer of aerogel might be an option.

19 dagen geleden
WinXFactor
WinXFactor

Is it fast charging and what kind of power draw can be done? Is it high output?

20 dagen geleden
WinXFactor
WinXFactor

Maybe I missed it, but if the battery were to go back to solid when it is fully charged and then it is heated and turned to liquid metal again, does it retain the charge it had before or does it start from empty and need to be recharged?

20 dagen geleden
Miguel Angel Herrera Lince
Miguel Angel Herrera Lince

Dr. Donald Sadoway inspired me a lot. I wish him the best and hope to see this new technology being a huge impact into renewable energy for the next couple years.

21 dag geleden
ottopuppy
ottopuppy

I see so many great technologies that are not used because of high cost and Donald is one of the few that understand this.

21 dag geleden
Kiana Findley
Kiana Findley

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Craig Whitley
Craig Whitley

What possible purpose in life do people like you serve with this gibberish? I suspect ZERO!

9 dagen geleden
oldestnic
oldestnic

So at the moment antimony generally comes from one mine in China according to Wiki. I do not know where the estimates of abundance of 0.2 to 0.5 ppm on Earth come from, the range is wide. Where will the antimony come from if we need a lot? I would have liked an answer to that question. Or does this technology include things like sodium sulfur batteries?

22 dagen geleden
Withnail1969
Withnail1969

Nobody wants a battery that has to be heated to 650 degrees centigrade. it's a non starter.

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Withnail1969
Withnail1969

@Craig Whitley Nonsense, you're describing a perpetual motion machine. This battery must be heated by something other than itself.

9 dagen geleden
Craig Whitley
Craig Whitley

Grid storage does not care! The daily charge/discharge cycles maintains such heat.

9 dagen geleden
Paul Anderson
Paul Anderson

locate a plant near a hot spring.

22 dagen geleden
Paul Anderson
Paul Anderson

What happens if a earthquake shakes it up like a soda pop. better do shake testing.

22 dagen geleden
timothy larson
timothy larson

I will do everything I can do to promote you everyway possible

23 dagen geleden
timothy larson
timothy larson

you will be in the history books,,, awesome

23 dagen geleden
Thomas Lee
Thomas Lee

A battery will never change the world. However if science can implement small format fusion energy or zero point energy, then new batteries have some value! But wind and solar are terrible sources of power - take huge dedicated plots of land, use toxic materials, have very short lives, and require at least 100% backup by conventional hydrocarbon based energy.

23 dagen geleden
Erlina Vicente
Erlina Vicente

Nice interview, I saw this professor before. It’s sad that at first he wasn’t gaining much headway. Seems like he’s getting the word out now. More power to him and more power to all of us.

23 dagen geleden
NACHAL CHAIM
NACHAL CHAIM

How much energy does take to melt and keep the metals molten?

23 dagen geleden
T B
T B

MSR, Molten Salt Reactors the only clean reliable power option in cooperation with these Liquid Metal Batteries to feasibly (without huge Hydro Electric dam) power all those electric cars that will be built soon.

23 dagen geleden
Devin Chaves
Devin Chaves

21:00 - Lost me here. There is no serious person talking about mars civilization. It'a fuckin fairy tale.

24 dagen geleden
Karen Hass
Karen Hass

Hope Ambri has heard of Dirt Simple Energy Storage video with the guys from Finland. You guys would make a great team.

24 dagen geleden
Adam Conroy
Adam Conroy

What a great communicator is Donald. What an exciting discovery too. Donald, may I please have one?.

24 dagen geleden
Michel Fortier
Michel Fortier

I thought he had a really cool tie.....lol. Oh, and a really smart guy!

24 dagen geleden
Roger Ramjet
Roger Ramjet

Man this dude is smart. I feel that when he talks. We should probably listen.

24 dagen geleden
Hayden
Hayden

Yeah no shit

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Ramon Croes
Ramon Croes

Fantastic! Awesome! I'll buy one, for sure. Thanks.

24 dagen geleden
Cody Sean's
Cody Sean's

I love all this, but essentially the Earth is a giant battery. Comes complete with lightning, a salty ocean, even a North, and South Pole. Why aren't we developing technologies that harnesses the naturally generated electricity from Earth! Why do we have to make batteries at all, or solar energy, or fossil fuel, or nuclear? I guess it's too difficult to capitalize on free, abundant energy, already generated.

24 dagen geleden
Adam S
Adam S

I really wish yall would have asked more about storage density and efficiency. It must have been underwhelming to not get into that vital bit of info. Still very exciting and good questions otherwise. Thanks for the video!

24 dagen geleden
Phillip Lopez
Phillip Lopez

No complex assembly, cheap material , looks like a winner to me .

25 dagen geleden
Phillip Lopez
Phillip Lopez

Free electrons unbound from the atoms . Makes perfect sense .

25 dagen geleden
Lawney Malbrough
Lawney Malbrough

I can see these batteries being used as power management control. Power companies could station batteries along their transmission routs then charge them during low use periods. When the demand goes up you have stored energy which take up the extra demand. This keep generators running at a more consistent rate through out the day and night. This would reduce wear on equipment and rolling blackouts. Every major energy company should be using your batteries.

25 dagen geleden
Curtis Scott
Curtis Scott

This could revolutionize the TRUCKING industry! This is HUGE!

25 dagen geleden
Xzendor7a1
Xzendor7a1

Solid Informative Interview - I Learned A Lot.

25 dagen geleden
m77ast
m77ast

I think this is the way - Africa - we have a North Star.

25 dagen geleden
Centerboarder
Centerboarder

I just messaged Ambri asking if they would accept micro venture capital, meaning investors acting individually at $1000 per. I wonder if it would be possible to muster a few thousand Realistic Dreamers who would like to assist in making the world better. And tomorrow the stars, as they say.

26 dagen geleden
OswaldOriginal
OswaldOriginal

How come this system is so simle yet only in year 2000 it was discovered??

26 dagen geleden
LION22
LION22

Ethically sourced is the key, most raw materials are sourced by funding political instabilities everywhere especially in Africa

26 dagen geleden
rwhunt99
rwhunt99

"I just want to change the world - that's all" - Lol!! I have a high I. Q. and I am amazed at their thinking process, I like that. I think the problem with marketing is - Technology s constantly moving forward and manufacturing and sales come far behind. This istuation is not the chicken or the egg, this is capital and infrastructure.

26 dagen geleden
Mark Lasserre
Mark Lasserre

Trust Jesus, not batteries.

27 dagen geleden
TheSaleem57
TheSaleem57

WOW...6Sigma reliability...

27 dagen geleden
Charles Feng
Charles Feng

The problem is insulation to keep it 500+ degree as we know keep something at a high temperature is not easy and cost energy. I have found little information regarding the specs of liquid metal battery even from Ambri website. All stuff listed on their website are slogans of commercial promotions and it seems not real. It is not easy to determine whether a 500+ degree temperature maintenance will cost more energy than it actually stores.

27 dagen geleden
John Mascardo
John Mascardo

Well, I'm excited. I am already day-dreaming of it's real world utility, especially in hot/tropical countries. How do I invest?

27 dagen geleden
A. J. Tarnas
A. J. Tarnas

he makes a number of false or dubious statements. you didnt call him on any of them. says he wants to make a battery out of dirt. then says one of his electrodes is antimony. have you looked up the abundance of antimony recently? he says aluminum can be refined from dirt for 50c/lb. last i checked aluminum gets to that price by starting with bauxite ore, generally shipped across the world to the refineries. also, he never mentions what the electrode terminals are made of. how do you go from a molten metal inside a "steel" box (hint: it's not just steel) to a copper wire? tough problem. probably requires an exotic substance to make it all work. any airspace or pressure issues inside that box? probably going to need a valve that operated at over 500c. fancy. impurities in the battery materials get "refined out" during cycling? where's "out" with a steel box? this guy went all in on the folksy "cheap as dirt" narrative a long time ago. i don't appreciate it. he'd do better to discuss the details.

27 dagen geleden
John Martin
John Martin

Excellent content - However I listen on good headphones via dragonfly on my MacBook air but find the sound quality of your voices uncomfortable in the ear. You guest voice was OK. I think maybe your mics are the problem.

27 dagen geleden

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