Theo Kersjes
Presented by Jon Harper

Member of Technical Staff, Industrial SiC Discretes & Modules,onsemi


Date: May 18th, 2022

Time: 10:00AM CET / 10:30AM PDT

Language: English

Attendance: Online


onsemi’s Silicon Carbide (SiC) Technologies Enable Next Generation Energy Infrastructure System Designs

Registration Deadline: May 18th, 2022

Accelerating decarbonization is driving a demand shift towards the installation of more energy infrastructure systems including DC fast chargers (DCFC), solar inverters and battery energy storage systems (BESS).

Adopting Silicon carbide (SiC) based power stages plays a critical role in reducing power losses, increasing power density, and reducing cooling costs. Selecting highly robust SiC power devices built with infrastructure-class reliability in mind is a key part of designing best-of-breed long lasting, rugged energy infrastructure systems.

About The Speaker

Jon Harper - Member of Technical Staff, Industrial SiC Discretes & Modules, onsemi

Jon Harper works in the Power Solutions Group product manager for industrial SiC power modules and discretes. He is responsible for new product definition and introduction. For the last two decades, Jon has had applications and technical marketing management roles in power electronics. He has a BSc/MEng Degree from the University of Bath (UK) and an MBA from the University of Warwick (UK).

Key Takeaways

In this webinar, you will learn

  • The design requirements and challenges for DC fast chargers, solar inverters and battery storage systems.
  • onsemi’s robust SiC discretes and highly integrated, performance-optimized SiC modules which target the topologies used in the power stages.
  • How onsemi’s end-to-end manufacturing starting from silica and graphite and finishing with complete module solutions ensures high supply quality and dependability.