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Directory of technologies and resources relating to copper, especially as it has to do with energy in general and free energy in particular. Commenced January 9, 2011.

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Directory:Electrical Grid > Directory:Electrical Grid Vulnerability > Directory:Copper > Copper thieves target highway light wiring, costing taxpayers thousands - Thieves cut the wire at the junction box at the base of each of the light poles, then they tie the wire to the bumper of a truck, take off and rip the wire right out of the ground. They stole 7,000 feet of wire that weighed about 300 pounds and is valued at $17,000. (Deseret News January 8, 2012) [Another reason for distributed energy solutions.]
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Directory:Superconductors / Directory:Electrical Grid > Sapphire fibers carry 40 times more electricity than copper wire - Researchers from Tel Aviv University have now developed a new type of cost-effective superconductive wire made from single-crystal sapphire fibers, which are then coated in a ceramic mixture, which they claim can carry 40 times more electricity than copper wiring of the same size. Slightly thicker than a human hair, they must be continuously cooled in order to remain in a superconducting state. (News:GizMag September 9, 2011)