On September 29, Bloomberg published Silicon Valley answer to the EV quest calls for less silicon. Gallium nitride will play a more active role in the booming electric vehicle industry. Meanwhile, Bloomberg also interviewed nano micro semiconductors to discuss the development trend of gallium nitride in the electric vehicle industry.
“Gallium nitride power chips can shorten the charging time of electric vehicles from 11.3 hours to 4.7 hours. This change can save 70% of energy. Gallium nitride can also increase the endurance of vehicles by 5% and reduce the use of batteries. This is the statement given by Navitas semiconductor, a start-up company. The company told investors that gallium nitride power chips will be in power by 2026 The share of the semiconductor market will increase to 16% from less than 1% last year. “
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