The world's longest underground power transmission system.
NKT supplies transmission links to, from and between wind farms and national energy grids.
The national power grids between Denmark and Norway are connected through four DC-links crossing the Skagerrak strait, capable to carrying 1700 MW of renewable energy to the two countries’ energy mix. One of the cables, the Skagerrak 2, was damaged due to external impact.
30 kV in-field and 150 kV export cables for Germany's first commercial windfarm - 80 km total length
NordBalt is a joint project of the Swedish and Lithuanian TSOs (transmission system operators) Svenska kraftnät and Litgrid AB. It is part of Lithuania’s long-term strategy to secure its energy independence by interconnecting the power grids of the Baltic countries with other grids.
Our pioneering HVDC transmission cable system was laid in 1953, between Västervik and Ygne. The link had a rated voltage of 100 kV (kilovolt) and a transmission capacity of 20 MW (megawatt).
Underground tunnel project for 400 kV cables to optimize enery supply for southern London - 30 km total length
The Caithness-Moray project represents a £1.1bn capital investment by SSEN, centred on a submarine cable capable of carrying up to 1,200MW beneath the Moray Firth.
Turnkey project for 380 kV cable system for TenneT TSO - 132 km total length
220/33 kV substation for steel plant - 40.5 km total length
Breezy southern Gotland was an early favorite for wind power. By the late 1990’s, the Swedish island had an installed wind power capacity of 40 MW (megawatt). To cope with additional wind power generation, the island grid needed an improved way of maintaining power quality.