UK and Norway get license to trade green power

Jessica Shankleman

Longest sub-sea interconnector yet could be in place by 2020 helping to curb energy bills and carbon emissions

Plans to install a giant cable across the North Sea that would allow the UK and Norway to trade renewable electricity have taken a major step forward, after the Norweigan government granted the final license...

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