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Britain-Norway Power Link
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Britain-Norway Power Link

Britain's National Grid has awarded contracts totaling €1.5 billion  ($1.7 billion) to companies involved in building the first electricity link between Britain and Norway, it said on Tuesday. Three international companies have agreed to build the interconnector, Reuters reported. The so-called NSN Link will be 740 km long and establish a direct connection between the two countries' energy systems.

 

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