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Nexans success in Essen may see roll-out in other cities

The qualities of Nexans superconducting cable as exhibited in the German city of Essen over the past two years have shown it to be an ideal fit for an urban setting, as indicated by growing interest from utilities worldwide.

Superconductors are ready to relieve urban congestion

Utilities serving urban regions across the world face a number of different challenges resulting from ever-increasing load growth, the addition of new distributed and often volatile generation resources, and the demand for improved reliability and continuity of service.

“The power supply of the future”

PEi reviews the progress of the world's first grid-integrated superconducting power cable, which has been connected to Germany's grid for six months.

Nexans to unveil superconductor cable in Essen

Nexans is to unveil its latest superconductor in Germany, the longest such installation in the world.

Lowdown on overhead line innovations

Utilities worldwide are under ever-increasing pressure to deliver more electrical power to support economic growth, especially in large urban areas.

Nexans confident of increased uptake of Lo-sag line technology

French multinational cable manufacturer, Nexans, believes there will be greater demand for its newest overhead line technology over the coming years and decades, particularly in Europe.

Nexans confident of increased uptake of lo-sag line technology

French multinational cable manufacturer, Nexans, believes there will be greater demand for its newest overhead line technology over the coming years and decades, particularly in Europe.

Terium confirms plant shutdowns and warns on energy security

The Chief Executive of RWE, Peter Terium has confirmed that the company is to mothball 1000 MW of power plants and delivered a strong warning to the German government that the country’s energy security was potentially in jeopardy.

All-aluminium alloys conductors: cutting overhead costs in Brazil

Brazilian transmission line operator EBTE is constructing five new 230 kV overhead transmission lines with a total length of 775 km in the Brazil state of Mato Grosso.

Super conducting

A European consortium is currently working on a project to develop a High Temperature Superconducting energy cable.

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