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    Friday, October 24, 2014

    NORTH SEA WIND-HYDRO INTERLINK TO GROW

    Norway Approves First Direct Power Link to Germany

    Stefan Nicola, October 13, 2014 (Bloomberg News)

    "Norway approved the construction of the first direct electricity cable to Germany and granted a license for a link to the U.K. to aid power trading between the nations…Norway’s government granted power-grid operator Statnett SF the necessary licenses for the country’s portion of the Nord.Link project…DC Nordseekabel GmbH, which is owned by TenneT TSO GmbH and KfW Group, will carry out construction on the German side…Germany has already granted all necessary permits…The cable would be the first direct power link between the nations and have a capacity to transmit 1.4 gigawatts starting in 2018 or 2019…It would allow the countries to trade hydropower from Norway and wind electricity from Germany…[The] 1.4-gigawatt interconnector to the U.K. that’s scheduled to be completed in 2020…would link Kvilldal in Norway to Blyth in Northumberland and may bring low-cost renewable energy to the U.K. for an investment of more than 1 billion pounds ($1.6 billion)…Norway is already linked with the Netherlands through NorNed, a 700-megawatt subsea cable that began operating commercially in 2008. It also has connections with Denmark and Sweden.” click here for more

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