The world’s longest undersea electric cable has started testing ahead of being formally switched online in October. The 720km interconnector will trade clean energy between the UK and Norway. 

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Nigel Williams, construction director of the North Sea Link, said the cable would allow the UK to “maximise the use of renewables and the extensive hydro power network in Norway,” replacing electricity from fossil fuels. 

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