COBRA cable reaches Dutch coast

On November 9th 2018 the COBRA cable was landed onshore in Eemshaven, the Netherlands. The COBRA cable is a 325 km interconnection between the Eemshaven (NL) and Endrup (DK). The cable has a capacity of 700 megawatts and is expected to become fully operational in the third quarter of 2019.  The objective of the TSO2020 project is to combine this project of common interest with the TEN-T Comprehensive network for multimodal transport and the TEN-T core network on the North Sea – Baltic and Rhine – Alpine corridors by demonstrating the technical and commercial viability of power-to-hydrogen solutions in the context of the Groningen region. These solutions are aimed to simultaneously balance the intermittent power input from the COBRA cable and to develop the use of hydrogen for transport applications along the TEN-T corridors.

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