Smart Energy and Machine R&D Division is developing key technologies for high-efficiency and low-carbon energy systems that respond to climate change and create new energy industries. We strive to have the ability to respond to trends such as efficiency improvement and decentralization and electrification across all sectors ranging from production, storage and consumption of energy.
We are conducting research and development on IT-based demand management such as big data and digital twin, energy and IT convergence technologies that increase efficiency, next-generation battery technologies such as lithium and solid state, and new energy such as hydrogen. The machine sector focuses on high-efficiency, high-density, and high-reliability technologies of power conversion systems, as well as mechatronics technologies such as mobility power devices and high-efficiency industrial motors. Based on the competitiveness of digital technology, we will grow into a R&D division that leads the transformation of industrial structure such as digital transformation, green transformation, and GVC transformation of our industry.