Advances in Power Electronics Enabling Future Smart Grid (Technical Insights)

Advances in Power Electronics Enabling Future Smart Grid (Technical Insights)

Advanced Power Electronics Driving Next-Generation Power Grid

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31-Dec-2012
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Global
Research Code: D4CE-01-00-00-00
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Silicon-based power electronic device, the most popular and well established material technology is witnessing constant improvements with regard to power handling capability. However with silicon subjected to certain theoretical limitations, wide bandgap semiconductor materials holds promise to deliver high efficiency leading to savings in energy. With different materials emerging as viable alternative for silicon based power electronic devices, cost and performance remains to be major roadblocks in realizing the potential of these devices in power grid applications. The research service captures the capabilities and potential of emerging power semiconductor devices in realizing future Smart Grid applications.

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Technology Market Penetration and Roadmapping

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Silicon-based power electronic device, the most popular and well established material technology is witnessing constant improvements with regard to power handling capability. However with silicon subjected to certain theoretical limitations, wide bandgap semiconductor materials holds promise to deliver high efficiency leading to savings in energy. With different materials emerging as viable alternative for silicon based power electronic devices, cost and performance remains to be major roadblocks in realizing the potential of these devices in power grid applications. The research service captures the capabilities and potential of emerging power semiconductor devices in realizing future Smart Grid applications.
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No Index Yes
Podcast No
Author Jacek Debowski
Industries Energy
WIP Number D4CE-01-00-00-00
Is Prebook No