American Superconductor sees long-term potential for new boron-containing superconductors

“We have received many inquiries from investors and the media about the new superconducting material, magnesium diboride – so much so that we concluded it was important to broadly disclose what role we believe these new superconductors might play in commercial applications in the future,” said Greg Yurek, American Superconductor’s chief executive officer.

HOUSTON, Texas, Feb. 28, 2001 (BUSINESS WIRE)–Gulfstream Natural Gas System, L.L.C. and Florida Power Corporation, a Progress Energy company, have announced the execution of an agreement in which Gulfstream will provide firm natural gas transportation service to Florida Power’s recently approved high-efficiency power plant, Hines 2, located at the company’s Hines Energy Complex in Polk County, Fla., and other electric generating plants operated by Florida Power.

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