GE throws weight behind silicon carbide to reduce weight aboard airplanes

Leading jet engine manufacturer GE Aviation continued its push to commercialize silicon carbide (SiC)-based power electronics with its expansion into a new 30,000 ft2 development facility in Florida and $20 million committed for program work and R&D. This move continues GE's flow of investments in S...

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