What: 724 km
When: 2nd October 2021
The North Sea Link is a 1,400 MW high-voltage direct current submarine power cable between Norway and the United Kingdom. At 724 km (450 mi) it is the longest subsea interconnector in the world. The cable became operational on 1 October 2021.
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