PEIC welcomes Honeywell to its Membership

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Grand Ledge, MI –The Power Electronics Industry Collaborative (PEIC) announced today that Honeywell Federal Manufacturing & Technologies, which manages the Department of Energy’s Kansas City National Security Campus (KCNSC), has joined its growing list of members working together to accelerate innovation and advocate for investment in new power electronics technologies.

The KCNSC is a premier engineering and advanced manufacturing facility that integrates electronics with low-volume, high-reliability, robust production methods for its national security mission. Flexible production methods allows the KCNSC to produce diverse electrical and mechanical prototypes in quantities from 1 to 5,000. Electronics expertise at the KCNSC ranges from pulsed power systems to microcircuit production supporting national security applications.

“We are very excited to join PEIC as a member organization,” stated David Feather, Honeywell FM&T’s Business Strategy and Transformation Director. “Participation with the PEIC will provide us a unique opportunity to better collaborate in advancement of power electronics and open doors for potential roles each organization may play in this very important application space.”

“Honeywell FM&T offers PEIC a unique perspective in the world of power electronics,” said Keith Evans, President of PEIC. “We are ecstatic to capture this perspective as a part of our membership.”

PEIC is open to any industry-related organization interested in participating as a member of the collaborative. Power electronics are fundamental, basic building blocks for a myriad of applications including, clean energy such as solar PV, LED lighting, and electric vehicle powertrain inverters. More information about PEIC membership opportunities can be found at

About Honeywell FM&T LLC
Honeywell FM&T manages and operates the Kansas City National Security Campus in Albuquerque, New Mexico, and Kansas City, Missouri, for the U.S. Department of Energy’s National Nuclear Security Administration. With more than 2,800 employees, the Kansas City National Security Campus is a high-tech facility that specialized in science-based and additive manufacturing. It provides diverse engineering, manufacturing and secure sourcing services for national security.

About the Power Electronics Industry Collaborative
The Power Electronics Industry Collaborative (PEIC – pronounced peak) is a national, industry driven, membership-based consortium comprised of OEMs, suppliers, researchers, and other stakeholders working to advance the power electronics industry in the United States. PEIC’s vision is to position the United States as a global center of power electronics research, design and manufacturing. With a growing roster of prominent industry and associate member organizations, PEIC is governed by a board of directors from a cross section of the power electronics industry. For more information about PEIC, visit