Ofgem delivers boost to wind developers with approval of Shetland-mainland electricity link

Cecilia Keating
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Major grid breakthrough comes as research project on Orkney reveals plans to use cutting-edge 5G-powered digital twin technology to encourage locals and businesses to engage with clean energy future

A proposal to build a 600MW subsea power cable between Shetland and the Scottish mainland has been given preliminary approval by energy regulator Ofgem, in welcome news for renewables developers hoping...

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