(Alliance Information) – Terna Spa introduced on Wednesday that the authorization course of for the development of the Adriatic Hyperlink, the brand new submarine direct present energy line that may join Abruzzo and Marche, for which Terna will make investments greater than EUR1 billion involving about 120 direct and induced corporations, has been began by the Ministry of Setting and Vitality Safety.
The work will enhance the trade capability between the central-south and central-north areas of the nation by about 1,000 MW, rising the security, effectivity and resilience of the complete nationwide electrical energy transmission grid.
“The Adriatic Hyperlink, a piece included by Terna in its 2018 Improvement Plan, is a state-of-the-art challenge from a technological and environmental perspective. The ‘invisible’ energy line, about 250 km lengthy in whole, will include two submarine cables of about 210 km and two land cables of about 40 km. The 2 conversion stations can be constructed within the neighborhood of the respective present energy stations of Cepagatti within the province of Pescara for Abruzzo, and Fano within the province of Pesaro-Urbino for the Marche, and may have a really small impression on the territory,” the corporate defined in a observe.
The laying of the cables within the sea will attain a most depth of 100 meters.
“Recognizing its strategic significance, the Regulatory Authority for Vitality Networks and Setting has in reality requested its entry into operation two years sooner than initially deliberate: the Adriatic Hyperlink will play a number one function within the improvement and integration of renewable sources contributing to the decarbonization of the Italian power system and can additional strengthen Terna’s function as a director and enabler of the ecological transition, in addition to Italy’s function because the electrical energy hub of Europe and the complete Mediterranean space.”
Terna trades down 0.1 p.c at EUR7.24 per share.
By Claudia Cavaliere, Alliance Information reporter
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