Last week, one of two new power cable connections in Inner Oslofjord was put into operation again.
An important milestone was reached as the first submarine cable for the Beatrice Offshore Windfarm was loaded on to Nexans’ cable laying ship C/S Nexans Skagerrak mid August.
Nexans is proud to announce that it has started the construction of a new cable-laying vessel for submarine HV cable systems installation.
At the end of July, when many of Nexans Norway's employees were on a well deserved summer holiday, there were several colleagues remaining who made sure that Nexans cables for the world's first floating wind farm were loaded onto Skandi Acergy.
As a worldwide leading expert in the cable industry, Nexans is participating at the aquaculture technology exhibition AQUA NOR 2017 in Trondheim (Norway) this week.
August 1st, Nexans’ manufactured submarine HVDC (high voltage direct current) cable to be installed as part of the NordLink project, was successfully pulled onshore from the laying vessel C/S Nexans Skagerrak in Vollesfjorden, Norway.
The presentation of Nexans’ 2017 Half-Year Results took place right now in Paris.
Major order: Two 90-km-long high-voltage direct-current cables from Nexans will transport up to 900 MW of wind power from North Sea Cluster 3 to the Emden/Ost converter station
Nexans announced today that Nexans Norway signed a five-year Global Framework Agreement with BP covering the engineering, procurement and construction of umbilical and Direct Electrical Heating (DEH) systems and ancillary equipment.
Tokyo Bay factory supports the Group in addressing the growing demand for submarine high voltage power cables worldwide.
There has been a high level of activity in Indre Oslofjord in June. A large cable car, small boats and divers have worked day and night to install 1,300 tonnes of 420 kV sea cables between Solberg in Hurum, Buskerud, and Brenntangen in Vestby, Akershus.
Ardenne-Métropole has selected Nexans to install and maintain 149 public electric vehicle charging stations.
Norwegian heating cable - an industrial adventure for 90 years: Produced in Norway for export to China. Today, June 27th, is it exactly 90 years since Nexans Norway received the patent for electrical heating cables.
Ånstadblåheia wind farm will deliver renewable power to about 7,500 households when completed in 2018. Recently, Nexans Norway was awarded the contract of power cables to carry the "green" power of the grid.
The current installation of the HVDC cable connecting the island of Newfoundland to Nova Scotia is a major operation. A significant number of Nexans’ employees and subcontractors in place, working to bring more renewable energy to the region.
Meet Nexans at Nor-Shipping - 30 May - 02 June 2017
For decades, high-voltage direct current (HVDC) mass impregnated (MI) cables have been the preferred solution for long-distance submarine transmission.
Rail transportation plays an integral role in the global transportation industry with a steady growth in rail passenger transport observed between 2011 and 2015 and around 416 billion ton-kilometers traveling by train freight in Europe alone in 2015.
Nexans and ffly4u, the industrial Internet of Things (IoT) specialist, are pioneering a tracking and management service that not only lets DSO customers know the exact location of their drums, it even tells them how much cable is left.
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