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Samsung SDI to start mass-producing solid-state batteries in 2027

South Korean manufacturer sends samples from pilot line to global automakers

Samsung SDI outlined its production roadmap for solid-state batteries at the InterBattery trade show in Seoul on March 6. (Photo by Kotaro Hosokawa)

SEOUL -- South Korea's Samsung SDI said Wednesday that it will begin mass production of solid-state batteries for electric vehicles and other applications in 2027.

At the InterBattery trade show in Seoul, the Samsung Electronics group company outlined plans to begin producing high-performance solid-state batteries with an energy density of 900 watt-hours per liter -- a 40% improvement from its lithium-ion cells.

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