Eskom explores SMES applications

September 1995
Modern Power Systems;Sep95, Vol. 15 Issue 9, p3
Reports on Eskom and Superconductivity Inc.'s signing of a new agreement to explore the possibilities of applying Superconductivity's SSD Micro-superconducting magnetic energy storage device in South Africa. Functions and features of the device.


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