New cable could kick-start offshore wind sales

With a new cable in its catalogue that can transport twice as much electricity as a regular cable, JDR will be able to lower expenses on offshore wind farms. The new JDR cable has already been selected for several wind projects – most recently Windfloat Atlantic.



Cable company JDR will supply the cables for the floating wind farm Windfloat Atlantic.

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