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A project to replace the submarine electricity cable connecting the Isle of Jura to Tayvallich in Argyll is now complete, following a cable fault in November 2019. This work returns the network to normal operation and will ensure a safe and reliable supply of electricity to the islands of Jura, Islay and Colonsay.
Our project to replace one of the two electricity subsea cables connecting Cumbrae to Bute is now complete, with new additional fault detection technology set to be used to ensure future monitoring.”
We are responsible for monitoring the efficiency and integrity of the submarine electricity cable network which provides power supplies from the mainland to fifty nine Scottish Islands. Find out what we do here.
out our videos to see the work that goes into installing and decommissioning
our subsea electricity cables.
The marine licence application to replace the Pentland Firth East subsea cable between Murkle Bay, Caithness and Rackwick Bay, Hoy, has now been submitted for assessment. The 28 day consultation period is running up until 16 April 2020. The documents can be viewed on the link below.