Fast-charging infrastructure continues to be a critical variable in the emergence and widespread adoption of electric vehicles (EVs).
The expectation from drivers is that they should be able to embark on a road trip in their EV, rather than be limited to local commuting. This range anxiety remains a consumer obstacle. Charging stations must be readily available and able to charge the vehicle battery quickly, just like filling up a tank of gas.
EV charging infrastructure must not only be fast and ubiquitous, but it must be powerful, efficient, smaller, and cost-effective. Silicon carbide (SiC) is the technology best equipped to meet these requirements, while also preparing fast-charging infrastructure for future requirements such as bidirectional charger design.