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Technology Collaboration Programme on High-Temperature Superconductivity (HTS): HTS Applications and the Need for International Standardization Activity

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Technology Collaboration Programme on High-Temperature Superconductivity (HTS): HTS Applications and the Need for International Standardization Activity

L’applicazione della superconduttività ad alta temperatura (in inglese abbreviato con HTS) è il principale argomento di interesse per il Technology Collaboration Programme (TCP), attivato nell’ambito dell’International Energy Agency. Agendo come piattaforma comune per promuovere le applicazioni HTS, il HTS TCP apre anche la strada allo sviluppo del settore normativo internazionale. Lo scambio di informazioni nell’ambito del HTS TCP è spesso il punto di partenza per lo sviluppo di standard che influenzano il progetto dei sistemi elettrici attuali e di quelli futuri.

Electric power systems’ application of High-Temperature Superconductivity (HTS) is the main focus of the HTS Technology Collaboration Programme (TCP) of the International Energy Agency. Through its nine active contracting parties and two sponsors, the HTS TCP fosters the penetration of HTS applications in electric power grids. HTS TCP activities facilitate information exchange among the most important HTS actors worldwide. As a common platform to prompt HTS applications, the HTS TCP also paves the way for progress in international standardization.

Information exchange within the HTS TCP is often the starting point for developing standards that influence present and future power systems design. Recent activities demonstrate the trend toward collaborative outcomes in standardization; examples include the liaisons between the International Electrotechnical Commission’s (IEC’s) Technical Committee on superconductivity (TC 90) and CIGRE; Project Team 63075, launched in the framework of the IEC’s Technical Committee on electric cables (TC 20); and two round robin tests on MgB2 conductors.

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