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The Front Cover

Subsea superconducting transmission cables were shown to offer greater economic benefits to the energy system than conventional high-voltage, direct current (HVDC) copper technology in a 2050 offshore grid. The University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, Offshore Renewable Energy Catapult, UK, and SuperNode, Ireland, have conducted technical and techno-economic studies analysing the potential benefits of high-temperature superconductor subsea transmission cables. Read more about these studies on page 7.


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Features

Superconducting Transmission Cables
By Maria O’Neill, Technology Analyst, SuperNode, Ireland
 
By Robert Rogotzki and Mario Bachhiesl, vgbe energy, Germany

 

By Mikel Rosell Diez, Engineer, IDOM Consulting, Engineering, Architecture, Spain

 

By Feng Zhang and Gopi Maniachari, Utopus Insights, USA

 

Windtech Future

How Much Is the Cost of Wind Energy?

By Ahmad Hemami, McGill University, Montreal, Canada

View from Inside

By Richard Smith, London Maritime Partner, Watson Farley & Williams, UK

 

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Windtech International September October 2022 issue 

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bachmann
 
beckhoff
 
dellnerbubenzer
 
detectnew
 
idom
 
mcgilluniversity
 
nelhydrogen
 
renewableuk
 
resoft
 
supernode
 
utopusinsights
 
vgbe
 
we4ce
 
windesco
 
WindEnergy Hamburg
 
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