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Prysmian Group has been awarded the contract worth in excess of € 350 million by Alstom Grid for the connection project DolWin3 linking offshore wind farms in the North Sea to the mainland of Germany on behalf of the Dutch-German grid operator TenneT.

The project involves supply, installation and commissioning of High Voltage Direct Current (HVDC) 320 kV extruded submarine and land cable power cable connections with a rating of 900MW and associated fibre optic cable system, comprising of a 78 km land route and of a subsea route of 83 km. The turnkey connection will link the offshore converter platform DolWin Gamma in the DolWin cluster zone, located approximately 85 km offshore in the North Sea to the mainland. Coordination of the DolWin3 project execution will be from Prysmian Group new offices in Hamburg, using production from the Group's centres in Arco Felice (Naples, Italy), Pikkala (Finland) and Delft (The Netherlands). Marine cable laying will be performed by the recently acquired team of Global Marine Energy (GME). Completion of the HVDC system installation is schedule by December 2016.
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