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A tenth of all electricity is lost in the grid. Superconducting cables can help

By Ian Mackinnon, Professor and Director, Centre for Clean Energy Technologies and Practices, Queensland University of Technology
Richard Taylor, Principal research fellow
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As we modernise Australia’s power grid, we should look to superconducting cables to save energy, cut emissions and future-proof the systemThe Conversation

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