Status of the Power Electronics Industry 2021

Yole Développement

The power semiconductor industry increases production capacity to support the market’s rapid rise to $26B by 2026.

 

What’s new:

  • Power electronics market update
  • The impact of COVID-19, the supply chain reorganization, and chip shortage on the market
  • Focus on enlarging manufacturing capacity (200 and 300mm)
  • IDM versus Foundry business models
  • Focus on China’s growing competence in power electronic device manufacturing and the country’s efforts toward Made-in-China power electronics.
  • Global supply chains and a focus on China, the US, Japan, Europe, and Korea

 

Key features of the report:

  • Forecast comparison for power discretes and modules by type of device and material
  • Update on power electronics wafer-level market from 2020 to 2026
  • Update on power electronics’ major discrete and module segments, specifically IGBT and MOSFET, from 2020 to 2026
  • Updated global SiC and GaN markets
  • Update of power electronics inverter market from 2020 to 2026
  • COVID-19 impact and chip shortages
  • Market and technology trends for each power electronics application • Power electronics companies’ revenues in 2020
  • Power electronics player rankings and landscape analysis for 2020
  • Global power electronics industry overview, with focus on China, Korea, Japan, the US, and Europe
  • Analysis of the latest M&A activity
  • Overview of technology status for power electronics
  • Focus on packaging trends
  • Applicative focus on Industry 4.0, automotive, DC charging for EV and batteries
  • Wide-bandgap update

 

Objectives of the report:

  • Closely examine the status of the entire power market
  • Research the dynamics of each device type, i.e., MOSFETs, IGBTs, wafers, power modules, etc.
  • Explore the market shares of the different device types and materials
  • Provide an overview of the main power applications
  • Summarize the global power supply chain, i.e., for wafers, devices, modules, batteries, etc.
  • Analyze the impact of the COVID-19 crisis on different market segments, including shortages
  • Review the latest mergers and acquisitions and manufacturing capacity expansions

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