Prysmian secures near-billion dollar US contract from CIP, Siemens Energy

The Italian company is hired to supply cables for connecting two big regional US energy markets.

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Prysmian is hired to supply an electrical transmission system connecting two big energy markets in the US – a contract worth USD 900m.

The project, going by the name of SOO Green HVDC Link, will connect Midwest Independent System Operator, managing central US network distribution with PJM Interconnetion, which oversees operations of the country's eastern grid.

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