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Sumitomo Electric Completes Long-Term Test for 525kV Cross-Linked Polyethylene Submarine Cable

In view of the rising demand for renewable energy sources, HVDC cable technology is becoming increasingly preferred because it is suitable for long-distance power transmissions. Sumitomo 525 kV DC XLPE submarine cable system can supply the highest voltage for XLPE cables. September 30, 2022 Sumitomo Electric Industries, Ltd. has completed......
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Ducab is Aiming to be a World-Class Solution Provider with ‘Energy for Change’ Strategy

“Recently, we have been developing a culture of innovation as well as supporting exceptional R&D capabilities within Ducab. We see these capabilities driving operational excellence, outstanding customer service, and new product development.” Founded in 1979 as a joint venture with BICC cables, Ducab is now jointly owned by the Investment......

Prysmian Group to Invest USD 1.1 billion to Support Energy Transition

Prysmian is intending to put forth significant investments targeted at augmenting the production capacity of power transmission submarine cables as well as enhancing the technological equipment at its excellence centres. March 29, 2022 Prysmian Group has announced its plans of investing about EUR 1 billion (~USD 1.1 billion) by 2024.......
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Sustainable future and Decarbonisation: Prysmian Contribution on India Strategy and COP26 Goals

Mr. Benoit Lecuyer, CEO, Prysmian India, enlightens us about the energy transition from the non-renewable to renewable, the importance of high-quality cables to meet the growing demand for renewable power generation, and the contribution of Prysmian India in this regard. Strong measures are needed to limit the carbon emissions responsible......

ADNOC and TAQA Announce USD 3.6 Billion Project

The subsea transmission system will have a capacity of 3.2 GW with two subsea HVDC links and a converter stations connecting to TAQA’s onshore electricity grid. December 30, 2021 ADNOC and TAQA have announced a USD 3.6 billion project to decarbonise ADNOC’s offshore production operations, while cementing ADNOC and TAQA’s......
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