2023-02-24 - STMicroelectronics

Gridspertise and STMicroelectronics expand collaboration

Gridspertise and STMicroelectronics have entered a new phase of their long-term collaboration on smart-meter technologies.

2023-01-12 - Keysight Technologies

Keysight’s technology predictions for 2023

Keysight Technologies executives provide their forecasts on opportunities, challenges, trends, and developments to expect in the coming year.

2023-01-09 - Bill Schweber

Better EV battery packs: Much more than “just” chemistry

The physical construction of individual cells and the tradeoffs made in their design has a major impact on pack and system-level performance.

2023-01-06 - Majeed Ahmad

Will 2023 be the year of semiconductor acquisitions?

Infineon is on the lookout for semiconductor acquisitions to ensure growth in automotive, renewable energy, data centers, and IoT.

2022-11-22 - Julian Durand

Securing smart home energy management systems

Data governance, privacy protection and security principles must be integrated into the fabric of how smart devices communicate to create true smart home and city ecosystems.

2022-10-03 - Majeed Ahmad

Experts discuss the upcoming green engineering jobs

A panel of power electronics experts talks about new green engineering jobs and what skillsets engineers will need to qualify for these jobs.

2022-09-07 - Patrick Le Fèvre

Alternative energy: What’s coming up in hydrogen?

The creation of Hydrogen Valley, hydrogen corridors and transformation of some industries from conventional gas to hydrogen displays progress.

2022-08-29 - Saumitra Jagdale

Prospects and challenges of SiC in the energy market

High efficiency and chemically inert nature cemented value of Silicon Carbide in power electronics sphere, leading to boom in its utilization.

2022-08-25 - Bill Schweber

Grasping at the battery “identity crisis”

Many consider batteries to be power sources, but they are really just energy storage units that must be replenished somehow.

2022-08-10 - Bill Schweber

Helium shortage: When it’s gone, it’s really, truly gone

Helium is the ultimate non-renewable resource; what will we do when there is no more helium left for scientific and engineering designs?