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Germany has secured a power link to a planned offshore wind hub in the Danish part of the Baltic Sea, Denmark's energy ministry announced in a statement.
The planned energy hub on the island of Bornholm will by 2030 link several offshore wind parks in the Baltic Sea with a total generating capacity of at least 3GW. The hub will be connected to Germany via a 470 kilometre power cable. Investment and future profit will be shared equally between Germany and Denmark. Bornholm Energy Island is part of Denmark's broader plan to increase domestic offshore wind power production five-fold by 2030.
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