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The Power Electronics Cluster in ECPE has launched two new projects with Japanese organizations. The SiC-DCBreaker project is about electronic circuit breaker for DC networks based on SiC, the IsoGap project is about high temperature materials and reliability testing for wide bandgap devices.

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The UK’s largest independent vehicle battery manufacturer will open in early 2019 in Coventry, creating around ninety new jobs, at a new, multi-million pound, high-tech facility that will produce batteries for future hybrid and electric vehicles. The factory will be operated by a new joint venture, also unveiled and named Hyperbat Limited (Hyperbat), combining the strengths of two of the UK’s companies, Williams Advanced Engineering and Unipart Manufacturing. The move has been welcomed by the Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy as a significant step forward in the UK’s contribution to reducing carbon emissions.

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Standing still or on the move, the Audi e-tron is electrifying. Its expressive sill area, the electric tailboard and the light gray Singleframe are indicators of the high-voltage technology that makes for a special driving experience. The electric SUV is powered by two powerful electric motors that are locally CO2-neutral and virtually silent. A new generation of the quattro drive, the electric all-wheel drive, ensures excellent traction and dynamics. It ensures the continuous and variable regulation of the ideal distribution of drive torques between the two axles – within a fraction of a second.

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Much ado has been made about a minor peripheral charger Apple previewed last year but subsequently still hasn't brought to market. But, there's a much more obvious reason for AirPower to never show up, an issue Steve Jobs himself ran into multiple times.

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For the first time, economic viability and user-friendly design are brought together in a charging solution that will help electromobility gain greater acceptance.Looking at the fast-charging stations in use the disadvantages of the system are readily apparent at a glance. At present, all of the components needed for charging are installed in every single cabinet: transformer, galvanic isolation, power electronics, cooling and connectivity—significant outlays that make each individual charging station disproportionately expensive.

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New evidence suggests that Huawei is working on a new fast wireless charging solution, presumably for the upcoming Mate 20 and Mate 20 Pro flagship phones, as a series of documents pertaining to a wireless fast charger emerged recently from the FCC. The device is identified by the model number CP60 and seems to have a similar circular shape as the LZ80 wireless charger leaked from China’s social network Weibo a couple of weeks ago. But unlike the rumored LZ80 which supposedly supports 20W output, the CP60 wireless charger approved by the FCC supports 15W output, not unlike the majority of Qi wireless charger solutions currently available.

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