Category: Europe Project Update

BorWin5 Offshore Grid Connection, Germany

The BorWin5 offshore converter station project involves the construction of a 15-metre-high and 90-metre-long hall where the direct current (DC) coming from the North Sea will be converted into alternating current (AC).

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HVDC Corridor B Grid Expansion Project, Germany

Amprion and TenneT, the transmission system operators (TSOs) in Germany, are in the process of developing the high voltage direct current (HVDC) Corridor B grid expansion project with a transmission capacity of 4,000 MW.

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Greenlink Interconnector, UK–Ireland

The project is a proposed 500 MW subsea and underground cable (UGC) electricity interconnector (with associated converter stations) between the electricity grids in UK and Ireland, allowing for electricity to flow both ways between the two countries.

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Shetland Link, UK

The proposed project aims to export renewable energy from the new wind farms on Shetland to the rest of Great Britain and ensure energy security on the islands.

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DolWin4 Offshore Grid Link, Germany

With the DolWin4 offshore grid connection, Amprion will connect wind farms in the North Sea (area 3) to its grid in Lingen, a town in south-western Lower Saxony.

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BorWin4 Offshore Grid Link, Germany

With the Borwin4 offshore grid connection, Amprion will connect wind farms in the North Sea (area 3) to its grid in Lingen, a town in south-western Lower Saxony.

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NeartnaGaoithe (NnG) Offshore Grid Connection, UK

The 450 MW NeartnaGaoithe (NnG) offshore wind farm will consist of 54 turbines and is located in the North Sea, approximately 15 km off the coast of Fife in southeast Scotland. When fully operational, it will generate enough electricity to power over 3,75,000 households each year.

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