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Toshiba to double power chip production with new plant in Japan

$870m fab set to debut by 2025 as part of broader capacity boost

Toshiba's new fabrication facility will be built on the grounds of a chipmaking subsidiary in Ishikawa Prefecture. (Image courtesy of Toshiba Electronic Devices & Storage)

TOKYO -- Toshiba will spend roughly 100 billion yen ($873 million) to build a power semiconductor fabrication facility in Japan, with production expected to begin by March 2025, Nikkei has learned.

The new plant will be built on the grounds of Kaga Toshiba Electronics, a chipmaking subsidiary in Ishikawa Prefecture. Toshiba aims to meet the rise in demand for power chips -- used in automobiles, servers and industrial equipment -- that save energy and contribute to lower carbon emissions.

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