Volkswagen and Samsung put their money on solid-state batteries for electric vehicles

Volkswagen recently purchased a stake in QuantumScape, a stealthy battery maker focused on solid-state ceramic lithium-ion (Li-ion) batteries. Around the same time, another solid-state Li-ion battery developer – Seeo – announced it closed a $17 million Series E, led by funding from Samsung Ventur...

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