Superconductors Put A Chill On Brownouts
Brownouts cost american businesses countless millions of dollars each year in damaged equipment and lost productivity. Ever more heavily burdened by the growing power demands from air conditioners and PCs, America's power system is looking more and more precarious. To preempt disaster, Wisconsin Public Service (WPS) Commission has introduced the world's first failsafe system to employ superconductive storage technology.
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