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Dong grants record-breaking order to Scottish JDR

British cable manufacturer JDR has landed its largest single order in the history of the company from Dong Energy on the upcoming Hornsea 1 project.

Dong Energy has selected a local supplier to provide the array cables for the project Hornsea 1. Scottish cable manufacturer JDR won the task of connecting the 174 Siemens-turbines on the project, which will become the world's first gigawatt farm with its 1.2 GW when completed in 2020.

JDR writes this on the company's website, adding that the order is for design, production, and delivery of 242 kilometers of cable total, which makes it the largest single order in the Scottish manufacturer's history.

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