The 1 GW Adriatic Link power transmission line goes ahead in Italy
The Italian power transmission system operator (TSO) Terna has started the participatory design of the Adriatic Link, the new 1,000 MW undersea power line that will connect Abruzzo and Le Marche. The new 285 km long interconnection will consist of an undersea cable, two buried overland cables, and two converter substations located nearby the existing Cepagatti (Abruzzo) and Fano (Le Marche) electrical substations. Terna will invest over €1bn in the project, which is expected to improve the power exchange capacity between the Centre-South and the Centre-North of the country.
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