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NKT Signs Long-Term Service Contract Covering Onshore and Offshore Power Cable Systems in Denmark

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With a long-term frame agreement on maintenance and repair operation of on- and offshore power cables, NKT continues the close collaboration with Danish grid operator Energinet. March 5, 2021 As the world moves towards green energy, the uptime of power cable connections become increasingly important to ensure efficient usage of......
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KMT Acquires NKT’s Recycling Business in Stenlille in Denmark

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KMT has acquired NKT’s recycling business in Stenlille in Denmark and the parties have enter into an agreement on continued recycling of cables. January 18, 2021 NKT and Kabel Metall & Trafo Gjenvinning AS (KMT) has a joint ambition to further develop the sustainable recycling of metals and plastics in......
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NKT Completes Upgrade of High-Voltage Power Link Connecting Denmark and Sweden

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Four high-voltage power cables for exchange of energy between Denmark and Sweden have been successfully replaced with new 400 kV XLPE HVAC power cables manufactured by NKT. October 14, 2020 Since 1915 the power grids of Sweden and Denmark have been connected by a power cable providing exchange of energy......
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Nexans to Deliver HV Cables to Energinet.dk

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The EUR 20 million contract envisages the supply cables to help Denmark move overhead lines underground June 13, 2016 Energinet.dk, the Danish Transmission System Operator (TSO), has signed a framework agreement with Nexans for the delivery of around 500 km of high voltage (HV) cables. The cables will be used......
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Sterlite conductors used in the 1st 500kV transmission line to connect Sweden & Finland

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An electric power system consists of generation, transmission and distribution of electric energy. Transmission lines are used to transmit electric power to distant large load centers. Over the past few decades, the rapid growth of electric power systems has resulted in an increase in the number of lines in operation......