The HTS TCP conducts outreach toward electric utilities, governments, the professional engineering community, and the RD&D community to communicate the potential benefits of HTS technology. Examples of this outreach include:
- Developing position papers and strategic documents such as roadmaps and technical reports
- Providing expertise that can inform the evaluations and assessments performed under the TCP
- Interacting with other related TCPs to leverage synergies and opportunities
- Disseminating our work at international forums and workshops and educate students, young engineers, and scientists about HTS applications in the power sector
- Address and clarify perceived risks and hurdles to introduce a disruptive technology into the conservative electric power industry
The HTS TCP has developed a number of publications.
Interested in Membership?
The HTS TCP is a collaborative effort where national experts from industry, government and research work together to further the development and implementation of superconducting equipment for electric power systems. Joining the program brings you together as part of a group of worldwide experts.
- Access to national representatives who are deeply involved in HTS for electric power systems
- Gain the global overview
- Strengthen national R&D capabilities
- Share research costs
- Pool technical resources
- Avoid duplication and unproductive research paths
- Standardize methodologies
- Enhance the quality of R&D outputs
- Disseminate information on technology capabilities
- Accelerate the deployment of new technologies
- Investigate barriers to implementation
- Contribute to energy policy development
Researchers, policy-makers and industry members can all capitalize on these benefits. A sponsoring company or research organization would be welcome to attend the technical discussion day of the twice annually Executive Committee Meeting and would be acknowledged as a sponsor on the website.
How to join the program
If your country or organization has an HTS program we welcome you to join our Executive Committee to take advantage of all the opportunities offered by this task sharing activity. We offer two types of membership:
- Contracting Parties: the national government of a country can join the HTS TCP as a Contracting Party.
- Sponsors: research organizations, industry, and business partners may join the HTS TCP as Sponsors.
A government designates an entity to represent the country as its Contracting Party, this can be a ministry, national agency, research institution, private corporation, etc. Once a country joins as a Contracting Party, any national research institution, company and organization can have their experts join the work of the HTS TCP on a task sharing basis. Both Contracting Parties and Sponsors will be welcomed to participate in the Annex work described above and both will have a representative on the Executive Committee.
The first step in membership participation is to contact Luciano Martini, Chairman of the HTS TCP to discuss and define options for participation. (Please note that HTS TCP membership is not open to individual persons.)
After the initial discussions, an exchange of letters (formal invitation, acceptance, and notification) occurs. The final step is the signing of the HTS TCP agreement.
- High Temperature Superconductivity Application Readiness Map for Energy Delivery (July 2021)
- Summary of High Temperature Superconductivity Readiness Map
- Annual Report 2021: IEA Technology Collaboration Programme on High Temperature Superconductivity
- Collaboration with TCP Wind
- Energy Efficiency, Resilient Electric Systems, and Transportation Applications Using High-Temperature Superconductivity
- Visualize the World’s HTS Projects
- Collaboration with other IEA TCPs
- Learn how the HTS TCP is fostering the young generation of scientists
- Interested in Membership?
- HTS TCP 24-28 October 2022 ExCo Virtual Meeting
- HTS TCP 9 June 2022 ExCo Virtual Meeting
- HTS TCP 21 January 2022 ExCo Virtual Meeting
- IEEE CSC Events Calendar
- HTS Newsletter: Summer 2019
- HTS Newsletter: Fall 2017
- HTS Newsletter: Winter 2017
- HTS Newsletter: Fall 2016