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PECTA's phase 1 is officially completed with the report "Wide Band Gap Technology: Efficiency Potential and Application Readiness Map" now available.
The Power Electronic Conversion Technology Annex (PECTA) is one of four Annexes (EDNA, EMSA, SSL and PECTA) within the IEA 4E TCP (Technology Collaboration Program of Energy Efficient End-Use Equipment) and was launched in march 2019.
The overall goal of PECTA includes collecting and analysing information about new wide band gap (WBG) based power electronic devices, coordinating internationally acceptable approaches that promote WBG-based power electronics and developing greater understanding and action amongst governments and policy makers.
Under the lead of Ecodesign company, together with TU Wien and AIT Austrian Institute of Technology, a conference paper on energy and environmental related life cycle assessment on silicon carbide vs silicon based semiconductors was presented
Wide bandgap (WBG) semiconductors have the potential to provide significant improvements in energy efficiency over conventional Silicon (Si) semiconductors. While the potential for energy efficiency gains
Abstract: From cell phones to cars to data centers: The diverse electrical applications that visibly and invisibly shape our everyday life all contain switching elements made
Power electronics condition and control the conversion and flow of electricity, using solid-state electrical devices to handle a wide
Fifteen countries from the Asia-Pacific, Europe and North America have joined together under the forum of 4E to share information and transfer experience in order to support good policy development in the field of energy efficient appliances and equipment.