NKT Produces High-Voltage DC Cables Using Low-Carbon Copper

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NKT Uses Low-Carbon Copper For High-Voltage DC Cables

Cable manufacturer NKT, its suppliers, and customers have agreed to use low-carbon copper for a 320 kV HVDC cable that NKT is supplying to Dogger Bank C in the North Sea, which is being developed by SSE Renewables, Equinor, and Eni Plenitude.

The use of low-carbon copper will reduce the carbon footprint of the high-voltage power cable system by more than 23,000 tonnes of CO2 equivalent, which is equivalent to the emissions of 7,700 average household cars in one year.

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Nexans To Supply High-Voltage DC Submarine Cable For Euroasia, The Eurasian Submarine Cable

EuroAsia Interconnector Limited, the project developer of the European Power Interconnection Project connecting the national grids of Israel, Cyprus, and Greece (Crete), recently announced that Nexans has been selected as the preferred bidder for the supply and installation of 500 kV HVDC underwater cables for the project. It is responsible for the production, manufacture, laying, and commissioning of the 1000MW Cyprus-Greece (Crete) link-impregnated (MI) cable.

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