Yang Jie of The Wall Street Journal writes about the silicon carbide race.
- When used in chips that power EVs, silicon carbide, which is silicon that is combined with carbon, leads to a more powerful motor that can drive further on a single charge.
- Globally, there is a race going on between China, Taiwan, and the U.S. to establish a secure supply chain of silicon carbide.
- Wolfspeed, a semiconductor company, is set to open up the largest silicon carbide factory early next year in Utica, NY.
- As global demand for EVs continues to grow, expect silicon carbide to play a significant role in powering these vehicles.
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