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18 03, 2021

Transmit Kilowatts contactlessly with superconducting coils

2021-03-18T12:38:51+01:00March 18th, 2021|

A team at the Technical University of Munich and Würth Elektronik designed a coil with superconducting wires from THEVA to transmit power of more than 5 kW contactless. The wide range of conceivable applications includes autonomous industrial robots, medical equipment, vehicles and even aircraft. Further information can be found here https://www.elektroniknet.de/international/transmit-kilowatts-contactless.184489.html

22 02, 2021

Final FastGrid Newsletter

2021-02-22T10:36:45+01:00February 22nd, 2021|

FastGrid, the EU Horizon 2020 project has ended. The final 6th newsletter was published to summarize the project and its findings. The newsletter can be downloaded here, further information can be found on the project website. https://www.fastgrid-h2020.eu/en/Home-2.html

26 01, 2021

Article about superconductors in “The Motorship” magazine

2021-01-26T13:30:47+01:00January 26th, 2021|

The january 2021 issue of "The Motorship" includes an article about possible application of superconductors in shipping. The online-issue of the magazine can be found under the following hyperlink, the article starts on page 16. The Motorship Magazine, January 2021.

1 11, 2020

THEVA as portfolio company

2020-11-13T12:55:50+01:00November 1st, 2020|

One of our investors, eCAPITAL AG, wrote an article about THEVA as their portfolio company. You can read the article here: https://ecapital.vc/news/superconductors-made-by-theva

23 10, 2020

SuperLink cable project started

2020-11-13T12:56:48+01:00October 23rd, 2020|

It's official: THEVA will be part of a 5-headed consortium to develop and prepare a 12 km long superconducting cable in the city of Munich. Within the 2-year timeframe of the project called "SuperLink", all cable components will be tested (superconductor, cable and cooling). Consequently, a 12 km long superconducting high voltage cable will be realized. Further information may be found in our press release

25 09, 2020

ISS 2020 Conference

2021-02-22T10:40:25+01:00September 25th, 2020|

The 33rd International Symposium on Superconductivity (ISS 2020) will be held from December 1st to 3rd in Tsukuba, Japan. Due to the current situation, the conference will be held both on-site and virtual. Therefore, we are happy to announce that THEVA's Markus Bauer will give a presentation about "Recent progress of REBCO coated conductors at THEVA". Further information about program and organization can be found at the conference website.

25 09, 2020

Virtual ASC 2020

2020-11-13T12:57:33+01:00September 25th, 2020|

Due to the ongoing worldwide situation, the organization commitee of ASC conference decided to go virtual. Presentations and discussions will be streamed in different timezones between Oktober 24th and November 7th. THEVA wants to support this by giving an oral presentation about recent developments in our coated conductors production within one of the materials sessions. You can find further information about the virtual ASC conference on the conference website.

31 07, 2020

THEVA reaches record performance in HTS tapes

2020-08-14T12:21:59+02:00July 31st, 2020|

Ismaning, 31st July, 2020: THEVA has succeeded in doubling the current carrying capacity of its Pro-Line superconductors. In test series on production lines, standard processes were used to produce tape conductors over more than 400 m long, which carry more than 1000 A transport current at 12 mm width and 75 μm thickness, which corresponds to a current density of 1100 A/mm². The record level was even 1350 A, i.e. 1500 A/mm², under standard measuring conditions in liquid nitrogen at 77 K (-196°C). You can find futher information in our press release.

27 07, 2020

New FastGrid Newsletter available

2020-07-27T13:51:45+02:00July 27th, 2020|

FASTGRID should have ended by the end of June 2020, but COVID-19 nearly completely stopped all activities which are mainly experimental at the end of the project. To be able to finish all activities which are currently in progress, the project was extended by 5 months. The current project status is described in the 5th FastGrid Newsletter which can be downloaded on the project's website.