Power Cables Reinvented with Carbon Fiber Core

The Economist

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Power cables have changed little in the past century, but carbon fibre can be used instead of steel in their core. The result is much stronger, four-fifths lighter and able to carry up to three times as much energy https://t.co/H0dY213d0Y 👇

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