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An underwater cable will connect Danish wind power to over a million UK homes

The viking link will transfer electricity from Denmark to the UK. Image: nsenergybusiness.com

Sean Fleming

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620km of cable will be laid under the seabed. Image: Viking Link
The converter station in the UK will switch the electricity from direct current (DC) to alternating current (AC). Image: Viking Link

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