Green light for world’s longest undersea power cable

National Grid has confirmed its investment in a project to lay the world’s longest undersea interconnector, which will connect the UK to Denmark’s renewables rich electricity grid

National Grid has confirmed its investment in a project to lay the world’s longest undersea interconnector, which will connect the UK to Denmark’s renewables rich electricity grid.

The Grid confirmed yesterday that it would invest £850 million in the interconnector, with its Danish counterpart Energinet matching that investment.

When complete, the interconnector will stretch 760km between Bicker Fen in Lincolnshire and Revsing

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