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zero1sum 10 posts  |  Last Activity: Feb 19, 2015 10:35 AM Member since: Jun 11, 2007
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  • If substations are networks. Than computer controllers are extensions of networks. If substations are networks than computer controllers are invisible networks. A outer layer with overseeing abilities. Insurance companies are libel for equipment damage in after natural disasters and terrorism. Insurance companies would want the REG system besides it's abilities to shorten downtime. Reg systems will be able to protect against damage. Since this will be a utility reg system could have a referral fee obligation. Utility fee to insurance companies to amsc.

  • How do you calculate plans for deployment. First of all the advantage of amsc business model. One advantage besides other disadvantages. First of all having patent control enabling vender use. This advantage would give amsc ability to start numerous projects. They aren't making cable they can issue cable orders. To a number of manufactures. This way they aren't tied down to yield drawbacks. Manufacturing needs can be spread out.
    Talking about Chicago and the 60 mil. This and three other locations besides New York. The value part of Long Island cable build is length of time. That it's showing without noticeable drawbacks. Needed in a new deployment of infrastructure .
    The DHS is looking at needed skeleton across country. Now if there looking at using REG as a reboot system. certain little time tested phases might come to mind ' Like a chain is as strong as it's weakest link"

    The American electric grid incorporates 3,300 utilities and 1,700 non-utility power producers, the U.S. electric grid consists of 18,000 power plants ranging from nuclear, coal, and hydroelectric to solar panels and wind turbines plus their associated switches, transformers, and high-voltage transmission lines as well as distribution lines to industrial, commercial, and residential customers

    Now this would be a impossible job for one company. The advantage of amsc business model comes to light in this beginning of change. The amount of substations are numerous different kinds transmission , distribution , collector , convertor ,switching even substations for electrical trains.

    How could one company do this work. Starting small one company will start immediate work. What happens after that . Well we all now what happens when patent expires.

  • Reply to

    Quite optimistic conference call

    by tommyf115forstocks Feb 5, 2015 10:58 AM
    zero1sum zero1sum Feb 5, 2015 4:05 PM Flag

    Maybe it is a great value to security of country. I see them as a company out of focus. They aren't able to make the necessary pitch. I'm sure this is happening in phone conversations. As they talk to prospective customers. The know how isn't enough. They for example are hiding their namesake. Lets start there. This impendence has stretched after lawsuit, robbery. They lost their mojo. I lost money and I wasn't short. I'll come back if they ever get a PE .

  • Reply to

    Quite optimistic conference call

    by tommyf115forstocks Feb 5, 2015 10:58 AM
    zero1sum zero1sum Feb 5, 2015 11:40 AM Flag

    navy response at end of March. I particularly wasn't that taken by this cc. First of all the announcement of a new rural extension of reg system was to me misleading. This is miles of extension from urban to rural substations. No mention how this would breakdown. Overhead transmission lines with liquid nitrogen. You wouldn't want a drop of that stuff to fall on you. So they would have to go underground. To be this was a belief rather than a sighted project with working utility companies. See this company seems to be unable to get from draft table to working projects. They might have a intellectual prowess but it's has a diminished effect because there unable to connect in some cases. This inability comes from the fact that past payments came from huge multi mil income. They are losing right now from this inability. Theft will and could come in the future. Now what difference can a business model make. They have a detachment that's clearly showing. The business model is to far reaching with designs rather than a few products. Amsc might be able to do so. So will 10 other companies. The far reaching effect has to be looked at solved. Reducing stock amount by a 1-10 split will leave this company with 8.3 million shares. With design capability to change world economy. It just doesn't add up.

  • and decision by 2016 for GTL facility. That will cost over 22 billion. That's allot of bread. Maybe to much to handle for this company. What say you.

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    Alstom fined

    by zero1sum Jan 15, 2015 9:59 AM
    zero1sum zero1sum Jan 15, 2015 11:00 AM Flag

    Six day's ago is old news to you. You must live in really REAL time.

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    Nada Amigas

    by mchase9255 Jan 11, 2015 10:34 AM
    zero1sum zero1sum Jan 11, 2015 12:14 PM Flag

    If you look at the top view of tresamigas. It's shape in a tri-resistors design. That way it can source three directions. The three sections of US grid. The shape can serve a directional use. Also serve as a compensator with different asset additions batteries , gas propellants for current flows. Smoothing out flows with SAC and FCL. If it ever takes place you will get a receipt of what you buy. The current flow could run through this tri-resistor design supplying metered power. They just have to sell the need. The design is to be built upon. They should start selling with only one customer. The capability will come in time." A thousand mile walk starts with one step".

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    Siemens fault current limiters

    by zero1sum Dec 27, 2014 3:57 PM
    zero1sum zero1sum Jan 2, 2015 4:42 PM Flag

    There are two kinds conductive and resistant. Tried to look up the differences of DVAR systems and FCL . Guess one is more industrial. I'm not a expert just like you.

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    Siemens fault current limiters

    by zero1sum Dec 27, 2014 3:57 PM
    zero1sum zero1sum Dec 29, 2014 10:13 PM Flag

    First I saw a picture of Siemens employee holding a round object. Than on a amsc download saw a similar picture. Than you have a strategic alliance.

    Nexans, Siemens and American Superconductor Corporation announced the successful qualification of a transmission voltage resistive fault current limiter that utilizes high temperature superconductor (HTS) wire. This marks the first time a resistive superconductor FCL has been developed and successfully tested for power levels suitable for application in the transmission grid (138 kV insulation class and nominal current of 900 A).

    As electrical demand increases, more power generation must be added to the grid. The addition of generation capacity also tends to increase the destructive over-current available when a fault occurs on the power system, taxing the capabilities of installed equipment, such as circuit breakers. Faults can be caused by equipment failures, severe
    weather, accidents or even acts of willful destruction. Such faults can damage major, expensive components and, if not cleared quickly, can lead to lengthy, costly outages

  • Siemens to use superconductors in building the power grid of the future in Augsburg

    Munich, 2014-Dec-18

    When fed into medium-voltage power grids, large loads of renewable or other decentralized energies – which are generated when winds are strong or the sun is very bright – can produce short circuits that endanger the power supply. Superconducting network technologies can ensure reliable grid operation even under these conditions. Siemens is installing a superconducting fault current limiter (SFCL) of the so-called resistive type at Stadtwerke Augsburg, the municipal utility in Augsburg, Germany, that is designed to solve precisely this problem. Development work and installation in the utility's medium-voltage power grid are to be completed by the end of 2015. The superconducting fault current limiter will then be field-tested. The project, abbreviated as "ASSIST" – which is sponsored by the Bavarian State Ministry for Economic Affairs and Media, Energy and Technology – is part of Bavaria's Innovative Energy Technologies and Energy Efficiency (BayINVENT) Program. The European Patent Office (EPO) has already granted Siemens several key patents for the technologies used in resistive superconducting fault current limiters.
    Siemens to use superconductors in building the power grid of the future in Augsburg

    Superconducting fault current limiters can limit short-circuit currents in power transmission and distribution grids very quickly, effectively, automatically and, thus, with a high degree of intrinsic safety, making reliable grid operation possible even under difficult conditions. After a short cooling period, the grids can also return to normal operation without additional measures.

    "With our innovative partner, Stadtwerke Augsburg, we have a power utility where we can demonstrate how this advanced technology can help master the challenges of the energy transition and grid upgrades successfully," said Dr. Tabea Arndt, head of Superconducting Components and Appl

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