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French cablemaker Nexans has landed the €120m ($160m) contract to lay an underwater power line between the northern Scottish peninsula of Kintyre and the country’s mainland, a link being installed to beef up the area’s grid to handle future offshore renewable energy projects.

Nexans gets Kintyre cabling work

French cablemaker Nexans has landed the €120m ($160m) contract to lay an underwater power line between the northern Scottish peninsula of Kintyre and the country’s mainland, a link being installed to beef up the area’s grid to handle future offshore renewable energy projects.

French cablemaker Nexans has landed the €120m ($160m) contract to lay an underwater power line between the northern Scottish peninsula of Kintyre and the country’s mainland, a link being installed to beef up the area’s grid to handle future offshore renewable energy projects.