The Danish utility and developer has awarded UK-based cable manufacturer JDR with a cable contract for Hornsea 2, JDR informs in a press statement.
From the press release, it is evident that the contract entails 100 kilometers of inter-array cables. For the first time, Ørsted will be using 66 kV cables, whereas it has previously opted for the 33 kV version. JDR explains that the higher voltage cables will help to reduce electrical losses during transmission.
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