Superconducting Magnets Built by Tokamak Energy for Fusion Power

Creating clean, sustainable fusion energy requires strong magnetic fields to confine and control the extremely hot, positively-charged hydrogen fuel, which becomes a plasma several times hotter than the sun. Now, Tokamak Energy in the UK has built a world-first set of new generation high temperature superconducting (HTS) magnets to be assembled and tested in fusion power plant scenarios. The magnets use HTS tape from Furukawa Electric and SuperPower, a New York-based affiliate in the Furukawa Electric Group. […]

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Schaeffler Unveils 4in1 Electric Axle, Builds e-Manufacturing Capability 

Focused on evolving from traditional powertrain technology to electric mobility, German motion specialist Schaeffler AG is simultaneously launching several new electric axle drives while also expanding its R&D and manufacturing operations to support product and business growth in electric vehicle technology. […]