Heat is the number one enemy of electronics. Getting rid of heat is always one of the main concerns electrical engineers need to deal with when designing them. B_TRAN from Ideal Power has the potential to reduce conduction and switching losses by 50-90% compared to conventional power switching methods.
Just yesterday I almost killed a roll of LEDs because they were wound up tight in a roll. I thought LEDs were so efficient it wouldn't matter, but they almost melted. With higher voltages and amperages, the need for high efficiency is even more important and the prime focus when looking to engineer perfect electronics.
Some of the large uses of B-tran would be for efficient power switching to drive electric motors in electric cars and for converting power from renewable energy.
Technical Analysis: Rising RSI. Possible breakout of a wedge that started forming back in the end of July. Is at 15 so fairly significant psycholocal level. Would have prefered it put a leg down to 10 but it might not need to. Needs to stay above 15 to confirm the breakout. IPWR has been on a pretty solid run since April 2020 after falling from ~$100 a few years before to <1. Could go all the way back up and beyond with a couple more years of running.
Compare Chart: Enphase fell from heights then ran in a similar matter. Similar electronics too. ENPH fell from ~20 to under 1 dollar also. It has since been over $200.
Revolutionary electronics don't really catch on until they really start production, and B-tran is still in testing with the Navy and other companies. To get in now is high risk but high reward. If the product fails, you might lose a large investment. If it succeeds, it could really be game changing to the electronics industry.