Exawatt has been tracking silicon carbide (SiC) device prices, availability, and specifications on the open market since July 2019
Price analysis includes adjustments for margins and high-volume discounts that we believe are likely to be obtained by major manufacturers.
Exawatt has developed models for on-resistance (Rdson) and current density with industry and academic partners, based on roadmaps that contemplate evolving SiC device performance. Our models consider factors such as device/module heat dissipation limitations and future substrate costs as a driver for device size reductions.
Additional analysis of SiC device technology development, performance and specifications is provided through our partnership with Dr Peter Gammon of PGC Consultancy. Peter is also Professor of Power Electronic Devices at the University of Warwick
Meet the power electronics team
Adam DawsonSenior Research Analyst (Power electronics)
Adam DawsonAdam is responsible for Exawatt’s silicon carbide and power electronics analysis. He has an MSci in Mathematics from the University of Bristol. Adam has applied his interest in mathematical modelling and physics to power semiconductors and power electronics systems.
Bex StoneResearch Analyst (Power electronics)
Bex StoneRebecca provides Exawatt’s power electronics team with monitoring and analysis of the SiC supply chain, combining her research skills and an eye for detail to expand our knowledge of the power electronics industry while maintaining high editorial standards. She has degree in History from the University of Birmingham.
“If you are interested in how the market for power electronics will grow, particularly in automotive, then I would highly recommend the work done by Exawatt. Exawatt’s market intelligence and forecasting has been invaluable for helping shape our strategy for developing and taking to market McLaren Applied’s class-leading power electronics-based products. The team is knowledgeable, enthusiastic and great to work with.”
Head of Electrification, McLaren Applied