Killingholme – Hornsea Platform 2B Line is a 400kV overhead line from Killingholme, North Lincolnshire, UK, to Hornsea Platform 2B, Hornsea Wind Farm, North Sea, England, UK.
The project, which is currently under construction, is expected to be commissioned in 2021.
Killingholme – Hornsea Platform 2B Line is an overhead line that will be operated by National Grid. The line will carry alternating current (AC) through double circuit cable.
The development of the Killingholme – Hornsea Platform 2B Line project has been approved by the The Office of Gas and Electricity Markets.
Killingholme – Hornsea Platform 2B Line project development status
The construction works on the Killingholme – Hornsea Platform 2B Line project commissioning is expected in 2021.
About National Grid
National Grid Plc (National Grid) is an energy utility, which transmits and distributes electricity and natural gas. The company owns and operates electricity and gas transmission and distribution networks; and also serves as transmission owner and system operator. It provides installation and maintenance services to electricity metering and LNG suppliers; develops and operates electricity inter-connectors; and carries out LNG storage activities; and insurance and corporate activities. National Grid operates as an energy monopoly entity regulated by Ofgem. The company has operations in the UK and North Eastern US. National Grid is headquartered in London, Greater London, the UK.
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