Skajaquoda is a socially and environmentally responsible company that is on its way to developing a cost-effective superconductor. And it's the cost-effectiveness that makes this research program quite different from all the rest. "Superconductors transport electricity without resistance so there is no power loss due to friction or distances," they write on their website about the clean energy innovation.
If you're still interested in the kinds of innovative work that Skajaquoda and its CEO Einar Agustsson does, check out the Social Business profile on its awe-inducing mini wind turbine that can charge your phone in an event of an emergency (or a long day at Coachella).
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