Prysmian lays deepest ever power cable


Prysmian has successfully completed sea trial tests for a record-breaking ultra-deep cable installation

The 500 kV HVDC MI1 cable was laid at 2,150 metres, setting new market standards for a power cable.

After successful trials, the cable can now be laid by the state-of-the-art Leonardo da Vinci cable-laying vessel at Terna’s Tyrrhenian Link connecting Italy, Sicily and Sardinia.

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