- STMICROELECTRONICS SRL
- CONSORZIO NAZIONALE INTERUNIVERSITARIO PER LA NANOELETTRONICA
- L.P.E. SPA
- UNIVERSITA DEGLI STUDI DI PALERMO
- CONSIGLIO NAZIONALE DELLE RICERCHE
- EVATEC AG
- HQ-Dielectrics GmbH
- JSR MICRO NV
- ELFOREST AB
- EV GROUP E. THALLER GMBH
- UNIVERSITATEA POLITEHNICA DIN BUCURESTI
- NANO DESIGN SRO
- SLOVENSKA TECHNICKA UNIVERZITA V BRATISLAVE
- LAM RESEARCH SAS
- CENTROTHERM INTERNATIONAL AG
- SIEC BADAWCZA LUKASIEWICZ – INSTYTUT TECHNOLOGII ELEKTRONOWEJ
- DISCO HI-TEC EUROPE GMBH
- II-VI GMBH
- FOR OPTIMAL RENEWABLE ENERGY SYSTEMS SL
- UNIVERSIDAD DE ZARAGOZA
- APPLIED MATERIALS ISRAEL LTD
- DACPOL SPOLKA Z OGRANICZONA ODPOWIEDZIALNOSCIA
- IKERLAN S. COOP
- APPLIED MATERIALS IRELAND LIMITED
- APPLIED MATERIALS GMBH
- TERNIENERGIA SPA
- STMICROELECTRONICS SILICON CARBIDE AB
- LAM RESEARCH SRL
- APPLIED MATERIALS ITALIA SRL
46 457 672,50 €
European programmes: H2020-ECSEL-2017-1-IA-two-stage
REACTION project will build the first worldwide and European sic (silicon carbide) eight inches pilot line facility for power technology.
The project will enable the European industry to set also the world reference of innovative and competitive solutions for critical societal challenges, like Energy saving and CO2 reduction as well as sustainable environment through electric mobility and industrial power efficiency.
It will have a terrific potential impact on the semiconductors market, on the continental value-chain of system applications as well as on the European semiconductors manufacturing strength.
From IKERLAN, with the participation of the area of Power Electronics, will develop:
- A photovoltaic inverter for medium-voltage application, with these samples of SiC semiconductors.
- A DC/DC converter, to connect the inverter to an energy storage system, also developed with SiC semiconductors.
- Validation in the Medium Voltage laboratory of IKERLAN.
During the final stage of the project, IKERLAN will carry out the tests of the prototypes of power converters designed in REACTION, based on MOSFET SiC 1700V and supplied by ST Microelectronics (coordinator of the REACTION project). The tests will be carried out in the IKERLAN medium voltage laboratory to learn about the improvements that SiC-based converters can give to renewable energy systems.