Nexans secures million-pound contract on UK Siemens farm

French, Norwegian, Dutch, and UK companies have all secured contracts on Siemens' major impending project. Danish giant Maersk is also indirectly involved.

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Impending offshore wind farm East Anglia One is promising to be quite the international melting pot. Developer Scottish Power Renewables (SPR), which is a subsidiary to Spain's Iberdrola, has hired France's Nexans to deliver and insert two 85 km underwater cables along the coast of the 714 MW farm, in a contract worth GBP 180 million.

This is according to Nexans.

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