Jonathan Schmitt Global Application Manager, System Architect Residential Solar & Energy Storage Jonathan Schmitt joined Infineon Technologies AG in 2020 and participated in its International Graduate Program. He now works as a Global Application Manager, and his specialized areas are residential solar systems, energy storage systems, uninterruptable power supplies, and battery production. He holds a Master of Science in Industrial Engineering & Management from the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT). While working towards his Master's degree, he also studied at Shanghai Jiao Tong University, broadening his expertise in the field of New Energy Systems.
Sam Abdel-Rahman System Architect, Residential Solar & Energy Storage Sam Abdel-Rahman received PhD degrees in Power Electronics from University of Central Florida in 2007. He joined Infineon Technologies in 2011, currently he is a System Architect responsible for developing the application roadmap of Servers/Data center SMPS and Renewable applications. Sam has experience in Power and Semiconductor industry with focus on System Architecture, Topologies and Control.

How Wide Bandgap Semiconductors Enable Next-Gen PVs and Energy Storage

May 02, 2024 by Infineon Technologies AG

Join us to learn how Infineon's wide bandgap semiconductor technologies are enabling the next generation of photovoltaics and energy storage systems solutions. 

In today's rapidly evolving energy landscape, solar and energy storage systems (ESS) play a pivotal role in ensuring a sustainable energy supply chain. This webinar aims to provide a comprehensive overview of the current trends in solar and ESS, shedding light on their significance in the broader context of renewable energy generation.

During the session, we will delve into the critical topic of residential solar and ESS, emphasizing their crucial role in decentralized energy generation. Furthermore, the webinar will explore the diverse architectures of home energy systems, providing valuable insights into their functionalities and implications for the future of energy consumption.

A key highlight of the webinar will be an in-depth discussion on the potential of Silicon Carbide (SiC) and Gallium Nitride (GaN) in revolutionizing power conversion stages within these systems. We will analyze how these advanced semiconductors can significantly enhance performance, addressing the evolving application trends in the industry.

Don't miss this opportunity to gain valuable knowledge about the cutting-edge technologies driving the next generation of photovoltaics and energy storage systems.

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