Will there be enough cables for the clean energy transition?


The £2.4bn project is one of several long-distance, cross-border cables, known as interconnectors, being developed around the world as the shift away from fossil fuels fosters a new era of international energy trading.

Construction on the project started mid-July, helping both countries to try to hit their “climate targets and boost energy security”, Miguel Berger, Germany’s ambassador to the UK, said in a statement. 

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