High Temperature Superconducting Cables

What are they?

The High Temperature Superconducting Cables have been in development in CIDEC since the year 2000. These are a new class of high-power cables capable of conducting energy practically without losses.

Their main short-term applications are energy production and energy distribution networks.

CIDEC in collaboration with the Federal Electricity Commission evaluated superconducting cable systems in real world conditions in the “Satelite” electrical substation in Queretaro City.

We developed design, manufacturing, installation, and testing technologies.