Liquid nitrogen aids electricity production in Germany


2013 will see the longest high-temperature superconductor cables in the world buried under the ground as an alternative to traditional 110,000 volt lines between two substations in Essen’s city centre. The superconductor cabels, carrying electrical currents, will be cooled by liquid nitrogen.

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