EU backs Norway and Germany power link

EU backs Norway and Germany power link

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  1. 2018-08-23 Energy Week Number 278 | Energy Week with George Harvey and Tom Finnell Reply

    […] “EU backs Norway and Germany power link” A power grid link between Norway and Germany is being backed by the European Investment Bank. It signed a €100-million financing agreement with TenneT, one of Europe’s major electricity transmission system operators. The the 624-km, 1.4-GW interconnector will go under the North Sea. [Energy Reporters] […]

  2. August 17 Green Energy News | Henry J Harrell's Blog Reply

    […] “EU backs Norway and Germany power link” • A power grid link between Norway and Germany is being backed by the European Investment Bank. It signed a €100-million financing agreement with TenneT, one of Europe’s major electricity transmission system operators. The the 624-km, 1.4-GW interconnector will go under the North Sea. [Energy Reporters] […]

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