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The Covid-19 crisis is having a major impact on electricity demand. Yet the long-term trend is towards higher consumption – particularly in cities. Could superconducting cables help DSOs to meet rising demand?
Superconductors were once the stuff of science fiction. Now they’re transforming the way electricity is delivered.
The ambition is huge. By 2050, Europe intends to be the world’s first climate-neutral continent. To achieve this, renewable generation will need to replace the electricity currently produced using fossil fuels. This must be achieved while catering for a rapid increase in global electricity demand, which is expected to rise by more than 60% over the next 20 years.
In the context of growing concern regarding the future of fossil fuels and ongoing commodity price fluctuations, cost control and optimization remain crucial for the Oil, Gas and Chemical industry
For decades, high-voltage direct current (HVDC) mass impregnated (MI) cables have been the preferred solution for long-distance subsea power transmission