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21 October 2019
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Reaching new lows in subsea HV cable qualification
420 kV XLPE cable laid in Fensfjorden, Norway, has been qualified to a record water depth of 550 m.

ABB to supply new South Korea - Jeju link
A new cable link and two new converter stations will increase power and grid stability on South Korea’s Jeju Island.

Next steps for MeyGen
A new contract between GE and SIMEC Atlantis Energy paves the way for Project Stroma, the second phase of the MeyGen tidal stream project in Scotland.

On-line measurement and control in PF pipework
The key to successful biomass conversion. By Hans Georg Conrads, Promecon, Barleben, Germany.

World’s largest ferrite-based DD-PMG generator delivers excellent initial results
GreenSpur Renewables has built the world’s largest ferrite-based direct drive permanent magnet generator (DD-PMG), which is now undergoing initial system testing at the Offshore Renewable Energy Catapult’s test facilities in Blyth, UK and is achieving great results. Not least of its potential benefits is eliminating the need for rare earth magnets.

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