Ventyr Energy calls for clarity on cables to be used at Norwegian offshore wind sites

The company requests that the Ministry of Petroleum and Energy outline the cable ducts through the allotted areas while pointing out that the HVDC platform which Norway will need is still in a research phase.

Morten Magnussen, Project Director of Renewables at NorSea. | Photo: NorSea

Friday, April 29, was the deadline for public comments on the Norwegian government’s proposal for the partitioning of Utsira Nord and Sørlige Nordsjø II. A total of 59 responses were submitted, and one stood out with several comments and input for cable solutions to be used at the two allocated sites at sea.

”If you’re about to construct a site, you need to know that you’re getting enough power to that site,” says Morten Magnussen, project director of Renewables at NorSea, to EnergyWatch.

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