U.S. DOE commits more money to wide bandgap materials, although commercial results yet to be seen

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) announced that it is offering $20 million in funding and grants to develop energy efficient motors and drives, particularly for high-speed equipment that uses power electronics and needs high-power density. According to the U.S. DOE, the industrials sector uses...

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