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Global Interconnection Group is listed on the Euronext Amsterdam stock exchange. Read our selected news and updates below.

LS EcoEnergy starts negotiations on the land for submarine cable project in UK

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LS EcoEnergy (CEO Lee Sang-ho) announced on the 12th Jun 2024 that the company has entered into negotiations to secure the land for a submar

Britain more reliant than ever on imported power to keep the lights on

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Britain will be more reliant than ever on imported power to keep the lights on this winter, the National Grid has disclosed. Other countries

Annual Report and Financial Statements 

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The Board of Global InterConnection Group Limited announces the release of its Annual Report and Financial Statements.

Intention to Raise further funds

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The Company anticipates it will be seeking estimated funding over the next year.

Multiple updates including JV from Global Interconnection Group Limited

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Multiple updates announced from Global Interconnection Group Limited.

Will there be enough cables for the clean energy transition?

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The £2.4bn project is one of several long-distance, cross-border cables, known as interconnectors, being developed around the world as the

National Grid to pay households to use less power as cold snap hits UK

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The average household has faced a £2,300 increase in energy bills since April 2021, despite government support schemes, according to a new

Euroviews. Britain’s energy crisis is far from over

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Although most government support has been scaled back, energy prices are still at record highs, Carla Subirana writes. With unseasonably war

UK efforts to deal with energy crisis ‘raise risk of missing net zero target’

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Ministers’ efforts to tackle the energy bills crisis have left the UK at risk of missing a key target to source green power and are threat

UK energy crisis ‘costs average household £2,300’

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The average household has seen a £2,300 rise in energy bills since April 2021, despite government support. That’s according to new data f

Green energy providers face cable shortage | FT Rethink

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Rapid growth in renewable energy capacity is driving demand for long-distance transmission cables that can carry energy ashore from distant,

Rush for high voltage connectors will mean more cable hook-ups

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Cable makers know about making connections. Prysmian, the world’s largest, this week used that expertise to agree to buy Texas-based Encor