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Iron superconductor may boost offshore wind

A new superconductor proved to be capable of carrying 200,000 amperes per square centimeter even under an intense magnetic field [Photo Treehugger]


Iron Superconductor Could Solve Key Offshore Wind Power Puzzle (via Clean Technica)

The U.S. wind power industry has a lot to celebrate these days. Last year it accounted for 32 percent of all new installed capacity in the U.S., more than any other single fuel. The wind industry also won a hard-fought battle to extend the critical wind power tax credit for another year, and now it…

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