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Emcee:  robert b furman Type:  Unmoderated
"Cree" is a small company that makes chips out of silicon carbide.
In addition to being one of the hardest materials known to man, this
stuff can withstand much higher temperatures and power levels than
silicon. Also, when made into diodes, it gives off blue light, a
rarity. The problem with this compound is imperfections in the crystals
and difficulty in working with it.
Does anyone out there know whether this technology has a profit-
generating potential in the near future?
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10036Guess the fossil fuel lobbyists in Germany don't have nearly as much coin ;-Bungalow Bill-last Friday
10035Germany sells about 3.5m cars a year so 7-10m EV's by 2030 is fairly signifislacker711-last Friday
10034A 50% drop in oil production out of Saudi Arabia in a matter of hours will make ggamer-last Thursday
10033 Another near-term design win that should be up for grabs. Rivian is partneredslacker7112last Thursday
10032No doubt technology must advance or EV's will not gain widespread acceptancerobert b furman-September 12
10031Everything you say is true today. I think it will change over the next 10 yearsslacker711-September 12
10030I have serious doubts about the evolution of EV's. Everyone speaks so absolrobert b furman-September 12
10029Words are easy, but they are putting their money where their mouth is. The leadslacker711-September 12
10028Let's hope it does better than their diesel design. Just wondering if I shorobert b furman-September 12
10027In any case, VW chief strategist Michael Jost is jumping on the task of helping slacker7111September 12
10026Yeah for sure. The great thing is that even if they don't get the design wiBungalow Bill-September 11
10025It is kind of funny rereading my post from last Saturday wondering whether they slacker711-September 11
10024Nice work Slacker with posting these pieces. Looks like Cree are at the forefroBungalow Bill-September 11
10023The new Porsche Taycan is the first to use a 800V charging system. However, the slacker7111September 11
10022Canaccord praises Cree's 'important partnership' Sep. 11, 2019 1:29 slacker7111September 11
10021SK Siltron Acquires DuPont's Silicon Carbide Wafer Business for US$450 Mil. slacker7111September 11
10020STMicroelectronics to Supply Advanced Silicon-Carbide Power Electronics to Renauslacker711-September 11
10019Yeah - it's great news but of course with everything automotive there's Bungalow Bill-September 10
10018Pretty quick answer to my questions over the weekend :-). Only quibble is that slacker711-September 10
10017The Delphi deal couples Cree’s silicon carbide technology with Delphi’s tractionBungalow Bill2September 10
10016<<My interpretation of the deal with Volkswagen was that they have enteredBungalow Bill-September 7
10015Definitely this one - that deal they struck with providing all the SiC componentslacker7111September 7
10014Definitely this one - that deal they struck with providing all the SiC componentBungalow Bill-September 7
10013Nice find - EVs are for real going forward. Started accumulating NIO below $3 -Bungalow Bill-September 7
10012or maybe this. cnn.comslacker711-September 7
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