HTS Transmission Cable
Site of the Albany Cable Project
on the National Grid electrical
network in Albany, NY
(Blue = 1G HTS Cable,
Yellow = 2G HTS Cable)
Sumitomo 3-in-1 2G HTS Cable Configuration
Overview | Albany HTS Cable Project
The increased performance of HTS power cables will enable utilities to upgrade power density by 2 to 8 times in existing power corridors because HTS cables transmit power with essentially no electrical resistance. Currently, 7 - 10% of the electricity generated in the U.S. is lost because of the resistance inherent in conventional copper cables. This increased capacity is especially appealing for congested urban areas and for locations where there are limited rights-of-way.
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Benefits of HTS Power Cables
Characteristics of HTS Power Cables
Applications of HTS Power Cables
Albany (NY) Cable Project
SuperPower, Inc., in partnership with Linde (formerly known as BOC), Sumitomo Electric Industries, Ltd. and National Grid, designed, manufactured, installed an underground, high-temperature superconducting (HTS) power cable between two National Grid substations in Albany, NY.
Program Duration: 5 years
For a DVD copy of the Albany HTS Cable Project video story, please send your request to: email@example.com
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