Good Energies invests in LED substrates

To date, most LEDs are grown on either sapphire or silicon carbide coated with gallium nitride. However, the current substrates are relatively small – 100 mm diameter wafers are available from many sources, while Cree offers 100 mm diameter GaN-coated SiC – that puts a limit on throughput that ultim...

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