British energy regulator leans towards approval of Norwegian cable

The UK Office of Gas and Electricity Markets takes a positive stance on the 650 km NorthConnect cable which will transport electricity through the North Sea, as well as two additional cables. However, the regulator points out that there are tight schedules and Brexit could affect the project.
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Photo: Global Tech

The UK Office of Gas and Electricity Markets (Ofgem) has evaluated three cable projects in a report and taken a preliminary positive stance on all of them.

The projects are GridLink, which connects the UK with France, NeuConnect between the UK and Germany, and NorthConnect to Norway.

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