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Ørsted may have gotten the Hornsea cable cheap

NKT is to deliver a 190 kilometer 220 kV high voltage cable in a system to the coming Hornsea 2 offshore wind farm off the coast of England, corresponding to half of the total project.

It was no big surprise that the cable manufacturer NKT came away with the Ørsted order to supply cables to the developer's record large offshore wind project Hornsea 2.

The order could help secure revenue this year, however the price remains under the level which NKT was paid to deliver high voltage cables for previous projects, say banks Jyske Bank and ABG Sundal Collier.

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