Controversial Norway-UK interconnector project canceled

The cable would have made NOK 8.5bn for the state, and would have been able to reduce the UK's carbon emissions by 2 million tonnes annually.
Photo: Energinet / Lars Horn / Baghuset
Photo: Energinet / Lars Horn / Baghuset

On the day before New Year's Eve, the Norwegian government has decided to check off a significant item on its to-do list: the 655 kilometer 1.4GW interconnector North Connect between the UK and Norway.

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