Powering the Fehmarnbelt

According to estimates, up to 120 trains, both passenger and freight, will pass through the tunnel each day

The 18 km long Fehmarnbelt tunnel about to be built between Germany and Denmark with its electrified rail operation and a fully lit road tunnel will require the security of an uninterrupted power supply. As a consequence, the world’s longest road and rail tunnel will have its own, major substation ...

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