Interconnector with Iceland could ease energy shortfall

While government is reluctant to rely totally on imported energy, connecting the UK power system to nearby countries, even as far afield as Iceland, could make economic sense

Paul Glendinning
Interconnectors provide access to European energy that is currently cheaper than the UK can generate – Paul Glendinning, WSP

It might sound ambitious, but having an interconnector – a high-voltage, direct current (DC) undersea cable – between the UK

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