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China’s power IC market to increase to $20.6 billion by 2024, boosted by photovoltaics, wind power, and EV industry
Great Wall Motors successfully integrated its self-developed IGBT power module in its SUV Haval Xiaolong MAX
Silan achieves monthly production of 10,000 12-inch IGBT/FRD wafers and aims for full IGBT capacity by May next year
The IGBT localization rate in China increased to about 30%-35% in 2022, with still a high dependence on the international market, according to JW Insights in its recently released “2022 China IGBT Market Research Report.”
Chinese IGBT supplier Luxin Semiconductor (陆芯) released its second generation IGBT products at a product launch event in Shanghai on June 16.
BorgWarner, an American automotive supplier, started operation of its new R&D center and Phase II production site in the Suzhou Industrial Park in eastern China's Jiangsu Province on March 14.
Jingneng Microelectronics (晶能微电子), the chip unit affiliated with Chinese auto giant Geely, has completed the tape-out of its first self-developed automotive IGBT chip.
Daxin Semi (达新电子), a Chinese IGBT provider, started construction of its 6-inch IGBT production line project in Fuling district of southwestern China's Chongqing City.
The shortage of incremental chips such as IGBT, power devices, sensing chips, large computing power chips, and memory chips is affecting China’s growing new energy vehicle market and its production, said a recent JW Insight report.
SiC, one of the third-generation power devices, is catching the favor of Chinese automobile makers.