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We have been granted a marine licence to replace one of the two subsea power cables connecting Bute and Cumbrae.
We have submitted marine licence applications to Marine Scotland to replace three subsea power cables connecting mainland Shetland to the islands of Yell and Unst.
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.
Ahead of our application to Marine Scotland for a licence to replace the Pentland Firth East cable between Murkle Bay, Caithness and Rackwick Bay, Hoy, we are holding a series of consultation events to give local people, fishermen, environmental groups and other interested parties an opportunity to speak to our team and comment on the proposals.