DOE allocates $70 million for wide bandgap power electronics; establishing academic and commercial relationships

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) recently awarded $70 million over the next five years to a group of 18 companies and seven universities and labs to establish the Next Generation Power Electronics Innovation Institute. Led by North Carolina State University, the Institute will provide another ...

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