Superconductivity

Superconductivity is a phenomenon that causes certain materials, at low temperatures, to lose all resistance to the flow of electricity. The lack of resistance enables a range of innovative technology applications. Devices based on superconductivity have been available in certain niche markets for decades. In particular, superconducting magnets are used in many applications requiring powerful electromagnets, such as in magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) machines. 

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Projects

HTS based projects have been energized across the world to demonstrate their applicability in modernizing the electric grid.

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Please contact the following:

Brian Marchionini
Operating Agent
Energetics Incorporated
Washington, DC
Phone: +1 202 406 4109
bmarchionini@energetics.com
Ataru IchinoseDr. Ataru Ichinose
Operating Agent
Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry (CRIEPI)
Yokosuka, Tokyo
Phone: +81 706 568 9402
ai@criepi.denken.or.jp

Dr. Luciano Martini
Chairman of Executive Committee
RSE 20134 Milano
Italy
Phone: +39 02 2125 5376
LMartini@rse-web.it