Home Subsea Construction turningpoint at NeuConnect as UK and Germany set up energy and environment collaboration
November 3, 2023, by Nadja Skopljak
The veryfirst stage of UK building hasactually been finished for the first-ever energy link inbetween the UK and Germany, keeping the job on track.
The buildingandconstruction turningpoint comes as NeuConnect Chair Julia Prescot signedupwith the finalizing of a brand-new UK-Germany Joint Declaration of Cooperation on Energy and Climate today, October 3, by UK Secretary of State for Energy Security and Net Zero Claire Coutinho and Germany’s Vice Chancellor and Minister for Economic Affairs and Climate Change Dr. Robert Habeck
“NeuConnect is not just the single-largest Anglo-German facilities job however will likewise produce an crucial symbolic link inbetween both nations, so we warmly welcome the brand-new UK-Germany bilateral cooperation on energy and environment signed by both Governments today,” stated Julia Prescot, Chair of NeuConnect.
“NeuConnect shows the big chances for the UK and Germany to work together on energy durability and internet absolutelyno, and with the veryfirst stage of NeuConnect’s buildingandconstruction now finished in the UK, the shipment of this crucial brand-new energy link stays securely on track.”
Posted: 7 months ago
Led by international financiers Meridiam, Allianz Capital Partners, Kansai Electric Power and TEPCO, NeuConnect will endedupbeing one of the world’s biggest interconnectors with 725 kilometers of land and subsea cabletelevisions linking 2 of Europe’s biggest energy markets for the veryfirst time.
The job, which will enable up to 1.4 GW of electricalpower to circulation in either instructions, started significant building in the UK this summertime, with Prysmian beginning horizontal directional drilling (HDD) works that will permit the subsea cabletelevisions to be brought on land.
Posted: 3 months ago
This week, Prysmian installed the last of 3 underground ducts with an total length of more than 1.2 kilometers, finishing the veryfirst stage of building on schedule. The sub-contractor is Horizontal Drilling International (HDI).
The works will enable Prysmian to start onshore and overseas cabling next year.
Posted: 3 months ago