ST, Schneider team on SiC and GaN

December 14, 2020 // By Nick Flaherty
ST, Schneider team on SiC and GaN
STMiroelectronics has signed a new strategic deal with Schneider Electric on more efficient silicon carbide (SiC) and gallium nitride (GaN) devices as well as AI-enabled sensors.

The new agreement will see ST and French power giant Schneider Electric will increase their cooperation to develop additional joint products, technologies, and solutions focused on energy efficiency improvement. This will support digital transformation in buildings, datacenters, industrial applications, and infrastructure. The partners will specifically look at the possibilities enabled by wide-bandgap semiconductors (SiC and GaN), AI-enabled sensors, and connectivity. The focus on SiC and GaN is part of its strategy to boost revenues to $15bn by 2025.

ST currently supplies a variety of power devices to Schneider for variable speed drives, power monitoring systems, building management systems and uninterruptible power supply (UPS) systems.

“ST is stepping up its ambition and plans for the sustainability of its operations to become carbon neutral by 2027. To do so, we have built a comprehensive program that covers extensive actions in our fabs – key assets that will strengthen our design sites, our global energy procurement of 100% renewable energy, and our overall footprint throughout our operations globally,” said Jean-Marc Chery, STMicroelectronics’ President & CEO.

“These are very ambitious targets for a global company such as ST. To reach them we will collaborate with one of the leaders in this field, Schneider Electric. Schneider’s support will be instrumental in reaching our own sustainability targets and in the joint development of technology, products, and solutions that can benefit the industries we work with and, ultimately, society as a whole.”

“Schneider Electric is supporting the transition to an all-digital, all-electric world that will meet the challenges of the climate crisis without leaving anyone behind. But we’re not doing it alone; our ecosystem—including our customers and our suppliers—plays a crucial role in this transition,” said Jean-Pascal Tricoire, Chairman & CEO of Schneider Electric. 

“Both a customer and a supplier, STMicroelectronics is one of our key partners in this endeavor. By using ST solutions in our products, we can accelerate our performance and

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