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  • Energy

    Nexans Blog Jun 14, 2022

    Ten new technologies to electrify the future: Direct Current Renaissance

    After more than a century in the shadows, Direct Current (DC) power could be set for a comeback. DC is remarkably efficient for long-distance bulk power transfer. Moreover, more and more of the electrical devices we use are natively DC – everything from your mobile phone to LED lights and electric cars. All of this is leading to a reappraisal of DC for transmission, distribution and even final consumption by electricity users. So how might this work in practice?

  • Energy

    Jérôme Fournier May 24, 2022

    Ten new technologies to electrify the future

    We reveal ten technologies that are shaping an all-electric future. The future is electric. Over the coming decade, decarbonised electricity will play a bigger and bigger role in delivering the energy transition and combating global warming. Momentum is building. Upstream, wind turbines and solar farms are replacing thermal power stations. Downstream, new ways of using electricity are accelerating the journey to net zero.

  • Energy

    Jean-Maxime Saugrain Mar 21, 2022

    Superconductors for cities

    Could superconducting cables play a role in urban power grids? A project led by the UK’s National Grid Electricity Transmission aims to find out.

  • Energy

    Jérôme Fournier Mar 10, 2022

    Transmission without limits

    Transmission networks are responsible for the bulk transfer of electricity between sources of generation and sources of demand. Modern transmission systems are miracles of connectivity, linking regions, nations and remote generation assets – often over hundreds of kilometers.

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