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The National Grid Corporation of the United Kingdom announced on Monday that Siemens Energy has begun construction of the Viking Link converter station for the British submarine power cable system. The converter station is located between Denmark and the United Kingdom.
It is reported that this is a submarine high-voltage DC interconnection system directly connected to the UK and Denmark, with a transmission capacity of up to 1,400 MW, and a converter station in the UK and Denmark.
At present, the converter station that Siemens Energy has begun to construct is located in Lincolnshire, England, and is expected to be completed in 2023. By then, it will become the longest submarine high voltage DC cable system in the world.
The project was jointly developed by the Danish Transmission System Operator (TSO) Energinet and the British National Grid Corporation. This is the first direct submarine cable connection between the two countries to transmit electricity through the waters of Britain, the Netherlands, Germany and Denmark.
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