ABB Wins $55 Million Submarine AC Power Cable Contract in the UK

February 2014
Transmission & Distribution World Exclusive Insight;2/27/2014, p2
Trade Publication
The article discusses a project won by power and automation technologies provider ABB wherein ABB will supply a submarine alternating current (AC) power cable system for the Dudgeon Offshore Wind Farm. Topics discussed include a description of the project, offshore wind as a renewable source of energy, and the reasons why ABB was awarded the project.


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