Samsung Planning to Introduce Solid State Batteries by 2027

Another subsidiary of Samsung Electronics, known as Samsung SDI, is involved in the research and production of batteries. Countless Samsung devices, including computers, smartphones, tablets, and wearables, rely on batteries manufactured by Samsung SDI.

In addition to Hyundai and Genesis, they are also featured in electric vehicles manufactured by Fiat and BMW. The business is now planning to introduce an entirely new battery type.

Samsung SDI intends to introduce solid-state batteries by the year 2027. A new team has been assembled to bring the company’s ASB (All-Solid-State Battery) technology to market, with Go Jooyoung, VP of the large-scale battery business division, at the control, as reported by KED Global. The business is seeking to collaborate with clients and partners in order to expedite the launch.

Solid State vs Lithium Ion Battery | SamMobile

To allow ions to flow between the anode and cathode, traditional batteries require a liquid electrolyte. Solid-state batteries, on the other hand, use solid materials. There will be less fire danger, longer battery life, and more energy density as a result of this. The ASB test production line was launched earlier this year at Samsung SDI’s research centre in Suwon, South Korea.

The goal of Samsung SDI’s sulfide-based technology is to introduce all-solid-state batteries that can store more than 900 Wh/L of energy. Before it enters energy storage systems and consumer devices like smartphones, laptops, and tablets, these batteries are expected to be used in electric vehicles.

Source: SamMobile


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