Vineyard Wind gives major order to Prysmian

Italian cable manufacturer Prysmian will supply a subsea cable system to a US offshore wind project in a deal valued at around EUR 200 million.

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US-based wind developer consortium Vineyard Wind – a joint venture between Denmark's Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP) and Iberdrola subsidiary Avangrid Renewables – has nominated Prysmian to supply cables to transmit power from the offshore facility to the US mainland. The deal is worth EUR 200 million, Prysmian informs in a statement.

Prysmian will design, manufacture, install and commission the transmission system consisting of two 220 kV triple-core cables with a combined length of 134 kilometers. Additionally, the Italian company will supply permanent monitoring solutions for AI-assisted data collection and analysis in order to "increase uptime, asset longevity and safety, while reducing maintenance costs and risks".

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