About us

The company was founded in 2015 with the purpose of developing and creating fundamentally new cable systems based on the high-temperature superconductivity. Today, the company's advanced R & D is based on many years of experience of leading specialists in the superconductor industry and a high degree of involvement of young specialists from leading Russian universities in the scientific and production process, it allows the company to look to the future with confidence.

Becoming a resident of the space cluster of the Skolkovo Foundation in 2016, the experience and developments of Kinelectrics are being more actively integrated into the scientific and production potential of one of the most knowledge-intensive and high-tech industries not only in Russia but worldwide as well.

In the scientific field, the company exchanges its experience with the best research organizations at conferences and symposia. In relation to its production, Kinelectrics cooperates with leading Russian and foreign organizations in aviation and railway engineering, power engineering industry, shipbuilding.

The company's latest developments can be seen at the largest industrial exhibitions in Russia, Europe, the United States and the Asia-Pacific area.

Tasks and solutions

The European Commission has set the task to reduce the emission of greenhouse gases from civil aircrafts to 75%, and the noise level by 65% by the year 2050. The use of aircrafts on electric traction is the only possible solution to this problem. The assessments of multiple experts can prove this. In particular, the Thomson-Reuters agency defined the creation of an electric plane as one of the top ten most important and necessary technical breakthroughs in the near future.

The achievement of required capacities with the desirable dimensions and weight is possible only with the help of superconductors. High-temperature superconductors (HTSC) have a much higher current density than modern metallic conductors (copper, aluminum). Even though the cable system based on superconductors requires the use of a cryosystem in order to reach the working temperature, it still turns out to be more than 2 times lighter than the aluminum cable system, and 3 times lighter than the copper one, at power of 3 MW. With the power increase the difference is going to be even more significant.


The company is developing an ultralight cable system that will allow the transfer of high-power energy at a high frequency of the alternating current, while having small weight and size. The accomplishment of this task will provide the new opportunities for creating an electric traction aircraft and will allow making a big step towards the realization of the global task of transition to a fully electric type of aircraft.

The HTSC power cable developed by KINELECTRICA can be integrated into air transport, as well as into water transport and ground facilities, where the high-power energy transfers are required.


143026, Moscow, Skolkovo, Nobelya st. 7