Energetics developed a roadmap that describes the challenges and needs associated with successfully positioning today’s superconducting-based devices so they are more widely adopted into the power grid.
The potential benefits of high-temperature superconductivity for the electric grid were identified and evaluated.
The team collected and analyzed technical information on state-of-the-art superconducting-based electric grid projects.
Orchestration of meeting logistics for four regional workshops held across the nation and a national summit to develop an industry-driven vision of the electric grid in 2030.
Technical writing and editing support for reports synthesizing the output following each workshop, as well as a final report highlighting recommendations and actions for transitioning to the future grid.