Denmark and Belgium are connected by a submarine: “We are turning the North Sea into a major power station”

Denmark and Belgium are connected by a submarine: "We are turning the North Sea into a major power station"

To increase green energy capacity, Belgium can be considered as part of Danish production. Federal Energy Minister Tin van der Stratton (Grone) has announced that he has signed a memorandum of understanding with Denmark and its energy minister Dan Jഗrgensen.

According to a press release, the two countries will be connected by an underwater electric cable called Triton Link, referring to the King of the Oceans. “This project will provide direct access to the cheaper energy produced by Danish wind turbines. […] It will be the first of its kind in the world: the submarine connection will connect the two artificial energy islands in the North Sea, and carry the energy generated by the wind farms to the mainland., Details of the Office of the Minister.

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