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NKT launches world's most powerful cable system

Danish firm NKT has entered the record books with the launch of a new cable. The CEO says that the new cable system cements the company's position in a promising market.

The Guinness Book of World Records lists the world's longest underwater cable, but not the most powerful. Nevertheless, KT Cables has broken a world record with its new 640 KV DC cable system.

The firm has announced that the new cable will increase the maximum supply by 20 percent, and improve integration between remote renewable energy and global energy systems.

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