'Truly remarkable': Norway-UK subsea clean power interconnector comes online

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One of the specialist barges used to construct North Sea Link | Credit: National Grid
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One of the specialist barges used to construct North Sea Link | Credit: National Grid

With UK energy security making headlines, National Grid has this week announced that its latest 450-mile subsea cable has started commercial operations after six years of development

Clean energy is now being shuttled between the UK and Norway, after the world's longest subsea electricity interconnector was powered up by National Grid and its Norwegian counterpart Statnett earlier...

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