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Please go to the below file

/usr/share/gnome-shell/js/ui/panel.js

Go to the below line

const STANDARD_STATUS_AREA_ORDER = ['a11y', 'keyboard', 'volume', 'bluetooth', 'network', 'battery', 'userMenu'];

Just remove the battery part from the line and save it. And the do a Alt+F2 and "r" to reload the Gnome Shell and your Battery icon should be gone.