Superconductor Technologies reports IPR selection of Conductus wire
Superconductor Technologies earlier announced that the Institute for Plasma Research, India, or "IPR," has selected STI's Conductus wire for use in IPR's next generation Tokamak fusion development. Jeff Quiram, STI's president and CEO, said, "We look forward to working with IPR as they move forward with the development of fusion device components utilizing the next generation wire technology of our Conductus HTS wire. We would also like to recognize the fine work done by TING Corporation, STI's distribution partner in India, in securing this first success in India." Prateek Dokania, Vice President TING Corporation, added, "This order for Conductus wire from the prestigious Institute for Plasma Research, India, is a big win for STI and TING Corporation, and opens up the Indian market to the best wire optimized for superconducting magnet applications."