All About Circuits: “GaN Goes Green: Three Ways GaN Is Good for the Planet”

Wide-bandgap semiconductors (WBG) have shot skyward in popularity for power electronics. Enabling high power efficiency and small sizes, wide-bandgap semiconductors are often posed as a key tool to achieve a carbon-neutral future.Of all the WBG semiconductors, gallium nitride (GaN) seems particularly well-suited for a greener future. Earlier this year, Navitas Semiconductor published its first annual GaN sustainability report, highlighting the many ways in which GaN can enable environmentally-friendly electronics.

Click below to discover three ways GaN has been found to optimize power designs to decrease the carbon footprint of high-frequency devices and systems.”