Nautilus Acquires 54 MW Solar Project in New York

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54 MW Solar Project in New York

Nautilus, a New Jersey-based independent solar energy producer, on behalf of its affiliate Nautilus U.S. Power Holdco, announced the acquisition of 54 megawatts of solar projects from Seaboard, a developer of utility-scale solar projects. The portfolio includes nine community solar projects in New York and is expected to reach commercial operation in the fourth quarter of 2023.

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Happy New Year 2023!

The entire ZMS Cable team wishes you and your family every day filled with eternal happiness! May the 12 months of the New Year be filled with new rewards for you. happy new year 2023! For this festive season, ZMS will be closed from 2023.1.20 to 2023.1.28. Of course, you can also contact us via … Read more

Daehan Cable’s North American Orders Exceed $300 Million

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Daehan Cable USA, South Korea

Daehan Cable has accumulated $300 million in orders in North America with an additional $24 million order from the U.S. branch of Korean cable manufacturer Daehan Cable. This is the highest since the company entered the U.S. market at the beginning of the 21st century.

The order received by Daehan is for a 230kV extra-high voltage underground transmission line project connecting a large solar power plant in the eastern desert region of California, USA.

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Nexans Receives Order for World’s Longest XLPE Submarine Cable

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Nexans To Build The World’s Longest XLPE-Insulated Submarine Cable

Nexans has been awarded the contract for the Celtic submarine grid interconnection project, jointly developed by Ireland’s EirGrid and French transmission system operator RTE. The 700 MW project is the world’s longest XLPE submarine interconnection system and the first direct submarine connection between France and Ireland.

Recognized as a Common Interest Project (PCI) by the European Union, the project allows the exchange of electricity between Ireland and France, providing power to approximately 450,000 homes and is key to the development of an integrated European energy system.

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U.S. Copper Giant Warns Of A Very Serious Copper Shortage!

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On Monday, Richard Adkerson, CEO, and chairman of U.S. mining group Freeport-McMoran, the world’s largest publicly traded copper producer, said a surge in global demand for copper for the rapid rollout of electric vehicles, renewable power, and overhead cables will lead to a shortage of copper supplies. The copper shortage could slow progress on plans to electrify the global economy and reduce carbon emissions.

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SingTel Announces Construction of a Submarine Cable System

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Hong Kong – Singapore – Philippines – Hainan Province Submarine Cable System ALC Preparation

SingTel and five regional operators recently announced the signing of a US$300 million contract to build a 6,000-kilometer submarine cable system, the Asia Link Cable System (ALC), designed to connect Hong Kong SAR, Singapore, the Philippines, Brunei, and Hainan Province to support economic growth in Southeast Asia.

The enterprise alliance is co-led by SingTel and China Telecom Global Limited (CTG) and includes four other regional operators – China Telecom Group Corporation (CTC), Globe Telecom Corporation (Globe), and DITO Telecom Corporation (DITO) in the Philippines, and UNN in Brunei.

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UK’s JDR Advanced Submarine Cable Manufacturing Facility Officially Opens

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Construction of JDR Submarine Cable Manufacturing Base in UK Started

JDR Cable Systems, a global supplier and service provider of submarine cables, has said it has officially opened the construction of its state-of-the-art submarine cable manufacturing facility near Blyth, Northumberland, UK.

The new facility, reportedly covering 69,000 square meters and costing a total of approximately £130 million, will provide vital submarine cable manufacturing technology for the offshore wind power market. Currently, 171 local jobs will be provided during the construction phase of the project.

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Germany To Reach 50Gw Of Installed Offshore Wind Power By 2035

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Germany To Reach 50 Gw Of Installed Offshore Wind Power

The German government’s new round of plans will exceed its 2035 offshore wind power target by 40 GW when installed capacity will reach 50 GW.

To achieve this goal, Germany will provide 4GW of offshore wind power per year from 2027 onwards.

The Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Climate Action (BMWK), the coastal states of Hamburg, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Lower Saxony and Schleswig-Holstein, Bremen, North Rhine-Westphalia, and transmission system operators TenneT, 50Hertz and Amprion signed an offshore wind energy agreement unveiling the ambitious plan.

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Olisipo Submarine Cable System Ready for Construction – Connecting The Portuguese Submarine Cable Landing Station to The Data Center

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Olisipo Submarine Cable System Ready For Construction

EllaLink, a high capacity and low latency fiber optic submarine cable directly connecting Europe and Latin America, will create a direct connection between Sines and the Lisbon metropolitan area, known as the Olisipo system.

The Olisipo system is designed to connect all international submarine cable landings in Portugal to the main data centers in the region, using a secure and risk-proof infrastructure.

This new fiber optic submarine cable will land at Carcavelos and Sines, with branch paths built to connect Seixal and Sesimbra cable landings to the Setubal region.

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