SiC evolution: Cars drive a multi-billion dollar business – Webcast

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From supply chain integration and capacity expansion to technology innovation: What are the latest changes and where are SiC players going?

Since the high-volume Tesla Model 3 electric vehicle (EV) adopted SiC devices in 2017, SiC technology, cost, supply chain and applications have continued to evolve.

Yet there is a concern about SiC wafer supply, pushing multiple players to expand their capacity. Nevertheless, major SiC material players are moving to the device level. That’s because there is now strong traction for SiC discrete devices, and increasingly modules, in end systems in industrial, automotive and energy applications.

As such, even as the pandemic has caused semiconductor shortage issues elsewhere, SiC has continued to ramp up production. EVs and hybrid EVs are taking off, while battery systems transition from 400V to 800V. We expect SiC growth to further accelerate and revolutionize our daily lives.

In this webcast, we will present our latest analysis of this market’s size, ecosystem and technology and cost evolution.

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