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Intelligent Power Module Market revenue to cross USD 2.5 Bn by 2026: Global Market Insights, Inc.




SELBYVILLE, Del., Oct. 20, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — According to the latest report “Intelligent Power Module Market by Voltage Rating (Up to 600V, 1,200 V, Above 1,200 V), Current Rating (Up to 20A, 20A – 100A, >100A), Power Devices (Insulated-Gate Bipolar Transistor (IGBT), Metal Oxide Semiconductor Field Effect Transistor (MOSFET)), Application (Consumer Electronics, Industrial, Renewable Energy, Automotive), Regional Outlook, Price Trends, Competitive Market Share & Forecast 2026”, by Global Market Insights, Inc., the market valuation of intelligent power module will cross $2.5 billion by 2026.

The growing adoption of intelligent power modules in power converters, electric motor drives for aircraft will fuel the market growth over the coming years. Intelligent power modules offer several features such as low noise radiation, high-performance, small footprint, and increased power density. The integration of IPMs will help aircraft manufacturers to reduce the system cost and achieve small footprint packages that are required in avionics.

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The above 1,200 V segment in the intelligent power module market is expected to show a reasonable growth of around 5% till 2026 due to its increasing adoption in high-voltage industrial equipment such as power transformers, inverter appliances, motor control systems, and industrial motor drives, among others. The above 1,200 V IPMs offer high voltage stability and power density, which enhances the system efficiency of industrial equipment. To cater to the high demand in the industry, companies are continuously innovating new products.

The up to 20A current rating segment dominated the intelligent power module market share of more than 40% in 2019 owing to the increasing adoption of these devices in electronics and home appliances. Intelligent power modules up to 10A current rating are integrated into drain pumps, hydronic pumps, & compressor control systems of washing machines, refrigerators, air conditioners, and kitchen hoods. These devices offer high-performance and energy efficiency.

The intelligent power module market for renewable energy application held over 15% share in 2019 and is predicted to expand at a CAGR of more than 8% by 2026 on account of the rising adoption of intelligent power modules in photovoltaic systems and solar power plants. Supportive government initiatives and funding to increase the adoption of renewable energy resources will accelerate market expansion. For instance, the U.S. Department of Energy (DoE) has set an ambitious plan to achieve a 20% share in the country’s electricity consumption by implementing wing energy by 2030 and 35% by 2050.

Europe intelligent power module market accounted for 20% of revenue share in 2019 and is poised to expand at 7% CAGR through 2026 led by rapid increase in the establishment of Electric Vehicle (EV) charging stations across Europe. According to the August 2020 press release by the Department for Transport, Government of UK, there were 18,265 electric vehicle charging stations, fully operational in the UK in June 2020.

The deployment of EV charging stations is witnessing a Year-on-Year growth of 11% compared to June 2019. These EV charging stations and battery-power establishments have a high demand for intelligent power modules due to their advanced features such as fast charging, accurate sensing of power outputs, and DC/DC conversion to reduce power losses. The growing penetration of EV charging stations in the region will significantly propel the market value during the forecast timeline.

Some of the key players operating in the intelligent power module market are STMicroelectronics N.V., ON Semiconductor Corporation, Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, Infineon Technologies AG, and Fuji Electric Co. Ltd. These companies are extensively focusing on new product innovation and strategic collaborations to increase their market share. For instance, in March 2020, CISSIOD launched its new three-phase SiC intelligent power module for e-mobility solutions. The new 1,200V/450A IPM delivers low conduction and switching losses suitable for battery-powered cars.

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Some major findings of the intelligent power module market report include:

–  The increasing trend toward vehicle electrification will accelerate the demand for intelligent power modules. Rising government initiatives and funding to increase the purchase of electric vehicles will further accelerate the market value.

–  Growing investments for automation in several industries and the proliferation of emerging technologies, such as Artificial Intelligence (AI) and the Internet of Things (IoT) for automated machinery, have augmented the market demand.

–  Technological advancements in IGBT devices to reduce power consumption and achieve low noise in industrial equipment & motors will drive the intelligent power module market size.

–  The rising adoption of smart home appliances in North America driven by rising disposable income among the population will create significant growth opportunities for regional players operating in the market.

–  The Asia Pacific region is showcasing a major shift in manufacturing facilities from China to other Asian countries. Furthermore, favorable government policies are creating a lucrative opportunity for foreign companies to set up new manufacturing plants in this region. The availability of raw material suppliers and cheap labor in countries including Japan, Taiwan, South Korea, and India will favor market expansion.

–  The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in a prolonged lockdown and trade restrictions across the world, which has affected both supply and demand for intelligent power modules. This will hinder the market growth for the short-term.

Table of Contents (ToC) of the report:

Chapter 3.   Intelligent Power Module Market Insights

3.1.  Industry segmentation

3.2.  Industry landscape, 2016 – 2026

3.3.  Impact analysis of coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic on intelligent power module market

3.3.1. Global outlook

3.3.2. Impact by region

3.3.3. Industry value chain    Research and development    Manufacturing    Marketing    Supply

3.3.4. Competitive landscape    Strategy    Distribution network    Business growth

3.4.  Industry ecosystem analysis

3.4.1. Raw material supplier

3.4.2. Manufacturers

3.4.3. Distribution channel

3.4.4. End-user

3.4.5. Vendor matrix

3.5.  Technology & innovation landscape

3.5.1. Integrated intelligent power module for motor control

3.5.2. IoT focused intelligent power modules

3.6.  Regulatory landscape

3.7.  Industry impact forces

3.7.1. Growth drivers

3.7.2. Industry pitfalls and challenges

3.8.  Growth potential analysis

3.9.  Porter’s analysis

3.9.1. Industry rivalry

3.9.2. Threat of new entrants

3.9.3. Buyer power

3.9.4. Supplier power

3.9.5. Threat of substitutes

3.10.    PESTEL analysis

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O programa de pontos fixos para o alívio da pobreza e equiparação da Sinopec tira oito condados da pobreza, em resposta às metas de desenvolvimento sustentável da ONU




Os sete condados que anteriormente foram alvo do programa contra a pobreza da Sinopec e que conseguiram erradicá-la são os condados de Fenghuang e Luxi na Província de Hunan, Yingshang e Yuexi na Província de Anhui, Yopurga na Região  Autônoma  Xinjiang Uyghur , Baingoin na Região Autônoma do Tibete e Zeku, na Província de Qinghai.

A Sinopec desenvolveu planos precisos no combate à pobreza, com base em características e vantagens regionais.

Eliminando a pobreza através do desenvolvimento industrial, a Sinopec adaptou-se às condições e recursos naturais dos locais de modo a desenvolver indústrias especializadas, como a promoção da quinoa produzida no condado de Dongxiang, a série de frutos secos “Sunshine Bazaar” produzidos em Xinjiang e o projeto “Easy Joy-Zhuoma Spring”, que leva água potável natural do Tibete para consumidores de todo o país.

Na aplicação do combate à pobreza através do consumo, a Sinopec auxiliou a entrada de produtos oriundos do programa no mercado nacional, através de 27.000 lojas de conveniência em postos de gasolina e sete plataformas de compras online para o programa, com todo o sistema da corporação participando ativamente da iniciativa. Nos últimos dois anos, a Sinopec ajudou a vender mais de CNY 600 milhões (US$ 91,40 milhões) em produtos voltados ao combate da pobreza.

Com relação às medidas de combate à pobreza através de empregos, a corporação realizou feiras especiais com oferta de vagas em regiões afetadas pela pobreza, com meta baseada na ideia de que “uma pessoa empregada tira toda uma família da pobreza”. Uma plataforma de treinamento foi estabelecida, como parte do programa, para oferecer capacitação vocacional regular e treinamento agrícola.

Na questão da educação, a Sinopec construiu 68 escolas em áreas designadas afetadas pela pobreza, comprou mais de 30.000 equipamentos de ensino e cedeu mais de 20 milhões de yuan (US$ 3.1 milhões) em bolsas. Para apoiar ainda mais o desenvolvimento da educação em áreas pobres, a Sinopec também lançou aulas “Spring Buds” e “Resilient” para alunos carentes.

Na área da saúde, foi criado o projeto Sinopec Lifeline Express de saúde pública, que atua há 16 anos, tendo tratado mais de 46.000 pacientes com catarata em áreas empobrecidas. A empresa também levou recursos médicos do Hospital Médico da Faculdade de Pequim (PUMC) para áreas carentes, equipando-os com equipamentos para tratamentos médicos de emergência, além de dar continuidade à melhoria das condições da saúde local, fazendo planos precisos para o alívio da pobreza.

E, ao mesmo tempo, a empresa foca na melhoria da qualidade de vida das pessoas através de uma série de projetos nas áreas de transporte, abastecimento de água, luz, saneamento, preservação de recursos hídricos e renovação de edifícios dilapidados. Estas medidas efetivamente trataram de problemas residenciais e trabalhistas relacionados à água potável, eletricidade, transporte e habitação, em áreas com grande densidade populacional. Tais projetos proporcionaram melhorias no desenvolvimento econômico de áreas afetadas pela pobreza, construindo a base fundamental para erradicá-la.

“A Sinopec irá, com toda a sinceridade, atender suas responsabilidades sociais corporativas, realizando trabalhos sólidos em todos os aspectos, de modo a desempenhar um papel fundamental no alívio da pobreza. Continuaremos auxiliando condados carentes através de nosso programa, sem que ocorra a remoção deste apoio, consolidando os resultados obtidos através de muito trabalho, e promovendo a revitalização rural, lado a lado com as pessoas que habitam estas áreas e anseiam por um futuro melhor”, disse Zhang Yuzhuo, Presidente da Sinopec.

A Sinopec atua ativamente no combate à pobreza desde 1988, e já investiu mais de 2,4 bilhões de yuans (US$ 365,6 milhões) em apoio e assistência. Até o momento, 67 empresas afiliadas à Sinopec executam projetos de apoio em 709 vilarejos, com um total de 1.945 funcionários trabalhando na linha de frente do combate à pobreza.

A Sinopec alcançou resultados extraordinários através da prática e análise contínua de seus esforços contra a pobreza. Isso levou ao desenvolvimento do modelo de alívio da pobreza da corporação, que impulsiona a indústria através do consumo, estimula a criação de empregos no setor industrial e motiva poderes produtivos em áreas pobres.

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New Global Commission To End Energy Poverty Report Calls For Urgent Action As Part Of An Equitable Economic Recovery




NEW YORK, Dec. 3, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — The Global Commission to End Energy Poverty (GCEEP) today publishes its 2020 Report: Electricity Access, calling for urgent action on increasing energy access for the unconnected and the underserved as part of an inclusive economic recovery.

The report argues that the coronavirus crisis presents new imperatives to accelerate progress toward a more sustainable and equitable energy future as governments invest in economic stimulus and recovery. It also highlights the need for substantial private sector participation, due to the sizable investments needed to achieve full electrification.

The Commission calls for the adoption of an Integrated Distribution Framework (IDF) in which the right blend of grid-based and distributed renewable technologies are advanced in a coordinated manner to achieve universal, productive-use electrification more quickly and more cost-effectively.

Dr. Rajiv J. Shah, GCEEP Co-Chair and President of The Rockefeller Foundation, said: “Covid-19 has underscored the human consequences of energy poverty, showing the impact that a lack of electricity has on health, food, and jobs. It has also put many more vulnerable communities at risk of losing access to reliable power and falling back into extreme poverty. While over $12 trillion has been committed to economic recovery from Covid-19, with more to surely follow, increasing energy access must be prioritized in this global effort. The Commission will be working to catalyze investments to support a green and inclusive recovery from this crisis.”

Prior to the pandemic, half the world’s population lacked access to essential health services and more than 800 million people worldwide lacked access to electricity. Billions more were being held back, unable to reach their potential due to unreliable or insufficient energy access. The energy accessibility gap has further widened because of the pandemic, with the toll falling disproportionately on the poor and most vulnerable.

Professor Ernest J. Moniz, GCEEP Co-Chair and Former US Secretary of Energy, said: “Addressing the urgent challenges of climate change can go hand-in-hand with helping communities attain the universal energy access that provides a path out of poverty.  Affordable electricity access is particularly important.  The key elements are integration of on- and off-grid approaches, a focus on development, and creation of financially viable firms to provide electricity for the long term.  All must come together, and today’s impressive clean energy technology development is a critical enabler.”

The report charts the progress made by the Commission in its first year towards advancing a set of principles and a framework to guide the design and implementation of electrification programs with the aim of mobilizing capital and expertise at the right scale to achieve universal electricity access. The IDF approach shifts most of the economic burden of maintaining, improving, and expanding distribution systems from governments to defined entities (whether public, private, or a public-private partnership) that are empowered to enter long-term contracts and are guided by cost-of-service regulations.

The GCEEP research team is actively engaged in efforts to apply the IDF approach in several first action countries including Colombia, Nigeria, Rwanda and Uganda. In addition, it has been engaged in Odisha, India, where the largest distribution zone has transitioned to a private concessionaire.

Akinwumi Adesina, GCEEP Co-Chair and President of African Development Bank, said: “Aligned with medium and long-term climate and sustainability goals, electrification will yield substantial socio-economic and environmental benefits, particularly in the developing economies of Sub-Sahara Africa. Energy must therefore be prioritized in the recovery strategies currently being developed by governments, international institutions and businesses.”

The report also lays out the Commission’s strategic priority for the year ahead. It is to further develop the IDF implementation toolkit so that it provides the additional detail needed to address practical challenges arising from IDF adoption at the national level and to evaluate and prioritize additional countries that could be candidates for the IDF in the near term. The Commission will continue interaction with relevant stakeholders – development finance institutions, governments, large energy companies and influential institutions – in efforts to mobilize resources for implementation.

Regulation also stands out as a future area of focus for the Commission as it is viewed as essential to helping developing countries plan and implement the transition to a more inclusive, sustainable, and prosperous energy future. To support capacity building in power sector regulation, several GCEEP Commission members, in collaboration with other institutions, are spearheading an initiative to launch an African School of Regulation (ASR). It envisages a center of excellence, headquartered at an African academic institution, that supports independent discussion and knowledge exchange in support of higher-quality energy regulation and policy formulation.

With bold measures to adopt and invest in the IDF, the Commission seeks to structure new public-private partnerships that crowd investment into electrification, ending energy poverty and unlocking more inclusive economic growth. 

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GCEEP launched in September 2019 and comprises high-ranking representatives from the energy sectors of several African and Asian countries, along with investors, multilateral development banks, academics, and the leaders of utilities, and off-grid firms. Its purpose is to forge an actionable consensus among leading investors, utilities, and policymakers that lays out a viable pathway for providing electricity services to hundreds of millions of under-served homes and businesses more quickly and more cost-effectively than the current trajectory. The Commission’s research team is led by the MIT Energy Initiative. For more information on the Global Commission to End Energy Poverty and its work, as well as a full list of commissioners, please visit

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El Programa fijo de alivio de la pobreza y nivelación para erradicar la pobreza de Sinopec saca a ocho condados de la pobreza en respuesta a los Objetivos de desarrollo sostenible de la ONU




Los siete condados anteriores en el programa de alivio de la pobreza de Sinopec que han superado la pobreza son los condados de Fenghuang y Luxi en la provincia de Hunan, los condados de Yingshang y Yuexi en la provincia de Anhui, el condado de Yopurga en la región autónoma de Uyghur de Xinjiang, el condado de Baingoin en la región autónoma del Tíbet y el condado de Zeku en la provincia de Qinghai.

Sinopec ha desarrollado planes precisos de alivio de la pobreza basados en características y ventajas regionales.

En el alivio de la pobreza mediante el desarrollo industrial, Sinopec se ha adaptado a las condiciones locales y las dotes naturales para desarrollar industrias especializadas, como la promoción de la quinoa producida en el condado de Dongxiang, la serie de productos de frutos secos “Sunshine Bazaar” en Xinjiang y un “Easy Joy-Zhuoma Proyecto Spring” que transporta agua potable natural del Tíbet a los consumidores de todo el país.

En el alivio de la pobreza a través del consumo, Sinopec ha ayudado a que los productos del programa de alivio de la pobreza ingresen al mercado nacional a través de 27.000 tiendas de conveniencia de estaciones de servicio y siete plataformas de compras en línea para el alivio de la pobreza, con todo el sistema Sinopec participando de manera proactiva en la iniciativa. En los últimos dos años, Sinopec ha ayudado a vender más de 600 millones de yuanes (91,40 millones de dólares estadounidenses) en productos para aliviar la pobreza.

En términos de alivio de la pobreza a través del empleo, Sinopec ha organizado ferias especiales de empleo en las regiones afectadas por la pobreza con el objetivo de “el empleo de una persona saque a una familia de la pobreza”. Se estableció una plataforma de capacitación para el alivio de la pobreza en Sinopec para ofrecer capacitación en habilidades vocacionales regulares y capacitación agrícola.

Para promover el alivio de la pobreza a través de la educación, Sinopec ha construido 68 escuelas en las regiones designadas para el alivio de la pobreza, ha comprado más de 30.000 equipos de enseñanza y ha otorgado más de 20 millones de yuanes (3,1 millones de dólares) en subvenciones. Para apoyar aún más el desarrollo de la educación en áreas pobres, Sinopec también abrió las clases Spring Buds y Resilient para estudiantes necesitados.

En el alivio de la pobreza médica, Sinopec ha llevado a cabo el proyecto de bienestar público Sinopec Lifeline Express Health durante 16 años, llevando la luz a más de 46.000 pacientes con cataratas en regiones empobrecidas. La compañía también llevó los recursos médicos del Peking Union Medical College Hospital (PUMC) en las áreas pobres y las dotó con el equipo médico que se necesita con urgencia, mientras continúa mejorando las condiciones médicas locales y haciendo planes precisos para aliviar la pobreza.

Mientras tanto, Sinopec también se enfoca en mejorar la calidad de vida de las personas mediante la implementación de una serie de proyectos de medios de vida que incluyen transporte, suministro de agua, iluminación, tuberías, conservación del agua y renovación de edificios en ruinas que abordaron y mejoraron de manera efectiva los problemas de la vida y el trabajo en relación con el agua potable, la electricidad, el transporte y la vivienda en zonas densamente pobladas. Estos proyectos promovieron el desarrollo económico de las zonas afectadas por la pobreza y sentaron las bases para erradicarla.

“Sinopec cumplirá seriamente con sus responsabilidades sociales corporativas y llevará a cabo un trabajo sólido en todos los aspectos para desempeñar un papel pilar en el alivio de la pobreza, continuaremos ayudando a los condados empobrecidos con el Programa fijo de alivio de la pobreza y nivelación, sin que se retire el apoyo, y Sinopec consolidará los resultados obtenidos con tanto esfuerzo e impulsará la revitalización rural, ayudando a la gente de las regiones pobres para luchar por un futuro próspero”, dijo Zhang Yuzhuo, presidente de Sinopec.

Sinopec ha participado activamente en el alivio de la pobreza desde 1988, ha invertido más de 2.400 millones de yuanes (365,6 millones de dólares) en apoyo y asistencia. Hasta ahora, 67 empresas afiliadas a Sinopec están llevando a cabo proyectos de apoyo en 709 aldeas, con una dotación total de personal de 1.945 miembros que trabajan en la primera línea del alivio de la pobreza.

Sinopec ha logrado resultados notables en la práctica continua y la exploración de esfuerzos precisos de alivio de la pobreza, lo que llevó al establecimiento del modelo de alivio de la pobreza de Sinopec, que impulsa la industria con el consumo, estimula el empleo en la industria e fomenta los poderes productivos en las áreas afectadas por la pobreza.

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Neuer Gewerbebetrieb entsteht in Trona




TRONA, Calif., 3. Dezember 2020 /PRNewswire/ — PVL Limestone, Inc., Eigentümer von PVL Lime, freut sich bekannt zu geben, dass San Bernardino County seine Pläne zum Bau einer hochmodernen sauberen und effizienten Kalkanlage in Trona, Kalifornien, genehmigt hat. Das Werk wird über dreißig Personen aus der Region Trona beschäftigen und der lokalen Wirtschaft zugutekommen.

Kalk ist ein wichtiges Produkt, das in vielen Prozessen in der Landwirtschaft, im Bauwesen, in der Metallurgie, im Umweltschutz und anderen Bereichen eingesetzt wird. Niedrige Umweltemissionen und die Sicherheit der Anwohner und Mitarbeiter hatten oberste Priorität bei der Planung der Anlage, die zu den saubersten Kalkwerken der Welt gehören wird. Es soll dort hochwertiger Kalk durch die Umwandlung von Kalkstein aus dem PVL-Kalksteinbruch hergestellt und an Kunden in Kalifornien und in anderen nahegelegenen Märkten vertrieben werden.

PVL Limestone, Inc. freut sich ebenfalls bekannt zu geben, dass es zukünftig hellen weißen Kalkstein auf dem südkalifornischen Markt vertreiben wird. Mit der Erschließung seiner Lagerstätte Helder Wit wird ihm eine der qualitativ hochwertigsten Quellen für dieses Produkt mit einer mehr als 100-jährigen Lieferfähigkeit zur Verfügung stehen.

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