Ofgem announces £1.1bn funding plan for Scottish renewables transmission link

James Murray
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New subsea cable under the Moray Firth aims to connect 1.2GW of renewables capacity to the grid

Ofgem has today published proposals that would result in £1.1bn being invested in a new subsea transmission link across Scotland's Moray Firth that would connect 1.2GW of new renewable energy capacity...

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