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A new system for monitoring subsea cables in the offshore renewables sector has completed tests at the European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC) in Orkney, aimed at demonstrating technical and commercial viability of the technology.
Delft-based high voltage engineering and consultancy company Energy Solutions BV has won a contract to provide the Dutch transmission system operator TenneT with heat monitoring systems for sea and land cables.
Transmission system operator TenneT TSO is looking for a provider of DTS/RTTR cable monitoring systems for subsea and land cables in the Netherlands.
The Norther offshore high-voltage station (OHVS), which was installed at the offshore wind farm site on 22 August, has been equipped with an nCentric system providing wireless access for monitoring the substation from land.
Rotech Subsea has launched a new cable grab system, which recently debuted at an offshore wind project in the North Sea.
Prysmian Group has awarded Norway’s Vard with a contract to design and construct one cable laying vessel.
Synaptec has launched Refase, a new distributed sensor system said to significantly reduce outage and repair costs caused by subsea power cable faults by providing an automated response.
DNV GL, Deltares, ECN and other partners are joining forces in Cables Lifetime Monitoring, a joint industry project (JIP) expected to reduce power-cable failures affecting the development and operation of offshore wind farms.
Offshore Marine Management (OMM) has entered into a long-term collaboration with North Sea Systems Limited (NSS), the specialist developer of cable monitoring and subsea systems, to bring CableFish touchdown monitoring tool for subsea cable installation to the market.
Prysmian Group is launching Power Link Cable Solutions, a new system that is said to provide a comprehensive management of subsea cable damages and minimize downtime and costs in the event of a fault.
Subsea power cable installation specialists VBMS and High Voltage engineering company EDS have launched their Cable Integrity Solutions including the “Prepare to Repair” framework which is said to allow cable repairs to be carried out up to 70% faster.
NKT has held a naming ceremony for NKT Victoria, the company’s new cable-laying vessel which was part of the recently completed acquisition of ABB’s high voltage cable business, at its power cable plant in Karlskrona, Sweden.