2017-10-21
http://w3.windfair.net/wind-energy/news/26350-nexans-norway-power-grid-cable-submarine-cable

Nexans breaking records in Norway

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Nexans will install a submarine cable in Norway at a sea depth of 526 meter to strenghten power grid in the Bergen region
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Nexans, Norway, power grid, cable, submarine cable

Official Press Release Nexans:

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Nexans Sets a New World Record to Strengthen Norway's Power Grid

Nexans Sets a New World Record to Strengthen Norway's Power Grid

Nexans will install a submarine cable in Norway at a sea depth of 526 meters, breaking its previous world record of the world’s longest and deepest 420 kV XLPE submarine cable system / The cable will complete the last construction stage of a new BKK power connection in Western Norway, supplying power to around 200,000 households, businesses and industry facilities in the Bergen region

While the Nordic countries are among the most advanced in terms of clean electricity generation, their consumption of energy per capita is also among the highest in the world due to cold climate and a sparse population distribution. To meet growing electricity demand and accompany increased energy production, BKK Nett AS, one of ... More: Official Press Release Nexans





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