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Navitas to focus on grid reliability at PE International


Next-gen power semis enable robust, efficient, grid-connected applications

Navitas Semiconductor has announced its participation in the upcoming Power Electronics International conference on April 16th– 17th 2024, in Brussels, Belgium.

Navitas will introduce the latest GaNFast and GeneSiC products to the European audience, including new Gen-3 Fast SiC for high-power and higher-speed performance, plus GaNSafe – what it claims is the world’s most protected GaN power devices.

It will also give two presentations on grid reliability on the 17th April. Navitas' Ranbir Singh, EVP GeneSiC, will talk about how '3.3 kV SiC MOSFETs Accelerate Grid-Connected Energy Storage'; and Alfred Hesener, senior director Industrial and Consumer Applications, will discuss how 'Bi-directional circuits open up new opportunities in off-grid applications'.

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