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Skajaquoda Launches Superconductor Research Program Based on New Technology

October 11, 2013

Skajaquoda Group inc. (OTCQB: SKAJ) is launching a research program to develop a cost-effective means to maintain superconductivity for possible use in generators, power distribution, energy storage and many other applications.

Clarkfield, MN (PRWEB) October 11, 2013

Skajaquoda Group inc. (OTCQB: SKAJ) is launching a research program to develop a cost-effective means to maintain superconductivity for possible use in generators, power distribution, energy storage and many other applications. Superconductors transport electricity without resistance so there is no power loss due to friction or distances.

A very appealing aspect of this new program is what will happen when the product becomes commercially available; we cannot even imagine today the scientific and technological uses that will emerge as a result. Furthermore the successful implementation of this technology will greatly reduce carbon emissions and other pollutants.

Skajaquoda sees a lot of potential for this technology to be implemented in the building of superconducting gearless wind turbines and energy storage for wind energy.

The energy research program will be based on a new technology Skajaquoda has been developing for creating superconductors and maintaining the superconducting state. Though no specific details can be given at the moment we have had some exciting preliminary findings that warrant further research into this technology.

If validated, this method will be a much more cost-effective means of maintaining the superconductive state than we have previously seen.

“This would also explain a lot about how the Meissner effect works and how materials become superconductive” says Einar Agustsson, CEO of the company.

There will be a very positive impact on Skajaquoda’s future earnings and value if this new technology is successful and the company is able to patent and commercialize it.

Skajaquoda Group inc. will have a number of engineers and scientists working on this exciting project in the new 144,000-square-foot research facility in Clarkfield, Minnesota.

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