Norwegian-German subsea cable commissions this autumn

The installation of one of the world's longest subsea cables, NordLink between Norway and Germany, is close to complete, informs Norwegian TSO Stattnet. The final timetable for commissioning the connection will not be altered, however.

The establishment of the 516 kilometer NordLink subsea cable from Norway to Germany appears to be making better progress than previously forecast and is now close to being completely installed on the sea floor, announces Norwegian transmission system operator Stattnet, which owns the cable along with Dutch-German TSO TenneT and German investment bank KfW.

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