NASA and energy startup ADC Energy USA have validated a game-changing form of energy known as 'Alternating Direct Current' (ADC). This AI-driven technology enables lossless power transmission and is poised to revolutionize the global energy landscape.
Defining the 'Alternating Direct Current'
NASA, in collaboration with ADC Energy USA, has brought a new form of energy to the forefront - the 'Alternating Direct Current' (ADC). Pioneering a radical shift in power transmission, this AI-enabled technology promises lossless energy transfer, effectively making power loss a thing of the past. With half a decade of intensive research under their belt, this development is seen as a significant breakthrough in the field of energy technology.
Transforming the global energy platform
The global energy platform has been dominated by alternating current (AC) and direct current (DC), inventions that are over a century old by Nikola Tesla and Thomas Edison. ADC presents a revolutionizing shift in this field. This 'hybrid' form of energy allows both AC and DC to coexist on the same wires, eliminating the need for energy conversion, thereby reducing energy loss and hazards associated with it.
Recent scientific advancements could be instrumental in drastically reducing power transmission losses. One such breakthrough is the creation of a superconducting material that operates at sufficiently low temperatures and pressures, making it viable for regular applications. This development could pave the way for more efficient power grids and revolutionary changes in electricity storage and transfer.