When you mean batteries, I assume you mean all types of batteries, correct? Some batteries use specific chemical reactions that cannot be recharged. Meaning, the chemicals used in the battery cannot be reversed.
For standard AA batteries, It’s likely battery companies find non-rechargable batteries more cost-effective and profitable than rechargable ones. I’ve got no official evidence to back it up, but it’s probably just makes sense.
The financial bottom line is always the reason things are made. If more non-rechargeable batteries are made, it is because more people buy them and they therefore make more profit for their manufacturers.
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