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In hybrid and plug-in electric vehicles, especially plug-in electric vehicles, vehicle power electronics process and regulate the flow of electrical energy.
Additionally, they regulate the motor’s torque and speed. Finally, power electronics transform and deliver electrical power to additional car systems including lighting, entertainment, and heating and ventilation.
Chargers, DC/DC converters, and inverters are parts of power electronics (for plug-in electric vehicles). Any power electronic device’s brains are power semiconductor switches.
The rising demand for power converters in electric transportation systems—whether they be electric vehicles, electric rail engines, or more electric aircraft—is causing a rapid change in the technology of power semiconductor switches.
The China EV Power electronics market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
A combined venture between The Zhenghai Group and ROHM will produce a new power module business. The new business, known as “HAIMOSIC,” will be founded in China.
In order to build a power module business that can be utilised in traction inverters and other new energy vehicle applications, the new company will partner to develop, design, produce, and sell power modules that use silicon carbide (SiC) power devices.
The new company will design, build in bulk, and market power modules utilising SiC semiconductors from ROHM. The company’s goal is to manufacture power modules for traction inverters, with a particular emphasis on the Chinese market for new energy vehicles.
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