Power Electronics & Electrification

Global and regional energy consumptions are continuing to grow at a fast pace. A big portion of the energy consumed along the complete energy supply chain is however lost as heat. Energy efficiency is one of the most cost-effective ways to reduce overall energy demand and carbon footprints. Electrification is the key driving factor to improve the energy efficiency in many market segments such as vehicles, drives, appliances, heating, ventilation and industrial processes etc. by switching from inefficient fossil fuel technologies to more-efficient electrical and power electronic driven technologies. ERI@N’s Power Electronics and Electrification programme seeks to be a game changer in the power electronic market with research focuses on renewable energy, electric vehicles industry, advanced power electronics and telecom power supply.

For further information and collaboration opportunities, please contact Dr Ngin Hoon Tong at htngin@ntu.edu.sg