German companies shake up their energy storage strategies yet again

Three German companies are shaking up their energy storage strategies as they try to adapt to an evolving battery landscape: Automotive OEM Daimler is exiting the lithium-ion (Li-ion) battery manufacturing business, Tier 1 supplier Continental is trying to back out of its Li-ion joint venture wit...

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