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Global High Temperature Superconducting Cables Market Status, Manufacturers, Consumption by Region
Superconductors come in two types, low-temperature (LTS) and high-temperature (HTS). At present, the main type of superconducting cables is the second-generation YBCO Cables, which will also be the mainstream of future development.

BriefingWire.com, 6/12/2019 - Market Research Hub (MRH) has actively included a new research study titled “Global High Temperature Superconducting Cables Market Insights, Forecast to 2025” to its wide online repository. The concerned market is discoursed based on a variety of market influential factors such as drivers, opportunities and restraints. This study tends to inform the readers about the current as well as future market scenarios extending up to the period until 2025. In addition, a deep analysis of the competitive landscape, including prime market players is also enclosed in this report.

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Superconducting power cables act as a bridge between electric energy transmission and distribution. In a superconducting power cable, a superconducting conductor that reaches superconductivity of zero electric resistance below a specific low temperature is used, allowing low-loss transmission of large currents

As the transmission medium for HVDC applications, superconductor cables can move virtually any amount of power with much greater efficiency than any other transmission technology and they move it underground, out of site and out of harms way. In 2018, the Superconducting Cables consumption (sales) in Grid and Smart Grid was 460, and it will reach 22890 in 2025; while the sales market share in Grid and Smart Grid was 93.9% in 2017 and will be 94.4% in 2025. Within the next 10 years, superconducting power cables could offer significant power transmission solutions for densely populated, high load areas.

Superconductors come in two types, low-temperature (LTS) and high-temperature (HTS). At present, the main type of superconducting cables is the second-generation YBCO Cables, which will also be the mainstream of future development. The first generation HTS will gradually be eliminated. However, YBCO Cables maybe quickly be eliminated by the new materials with better cost and performance in the future. Therefore, the core technology of superconducting cables is superconducting materials.

These unique characteristics of superconducting cables make them an attractive technology, especially in urban areas where underground space and land availability is limited. In these urban areas, the networks are most often reaching their capacity limits, making the case for investigating the feasibility of using HTS cables in electricity distribution networks even stronger. However, the high cost is a key factor limiting the development of this industry.For many people, it seems that superconductor is an emerging industry, and in fact the product has been continuously researched. Large-scale HTS industrial production still seems to take a long time. The low temperature superconductor industry has been developed for many years and the industry chain is relatively mature. Although the profit margin of superconductor is high, the research funds is also phenomenal, in additional to this, the downstream demand is unstable.

The High Temperature Superconducting Cables market was valued at 4 Million US$ in 2018 and is projected to reach 185.3 Million US$ by 2025, at a CAGR of 71.7% during the forecast period. In this study, 2018 has been considered as the base year and 2019 to 2025 as the forecast period to estimate the market size for High Temperature Superconducting Cables.

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