Samsung SDI drops fuel cell business projects, doubling down on battery strategy

Samsung SDI, the South Korean developer of energy storage and electronic materials, has decided to drop its fuel-cell-related business projects. The company said that its fuel-cell efforts had been unprofitable, so they were cut as Samsung SDI looks to shed its money-losing efforts. Moreover, the...

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