The UK government is considering two new interconnectors, including another link with Norway, which would pass through the 4.8GW Dogger Bank projects. A number of new projects that will nearly triple our interconnection capacity are already in the pipeline, and we are looking at the viability of other interesting proposals,” said a UK Department of Energy and Climate Change (Decc) spokeswoman. Currently, the UK has 4GW of interconnection capacity with a further 6.7GW approved, including the Nemo Link between the UK and Belgium and the NSN Link between the UK and Norway. Both these priojects are already under construction.
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