National Grid in talks over plan for energy island in North Sea

National Grid in talks over plan for energy island in North Sea

UK firm says windfarm project that could help power British homes could be completed by 2030

The prospect of an energy island in the North Sea surrounded by windfarms with the ability to power British homes has taken a step closer after National Grid, the UK energy company, revealed that it is in talks about helping to build the project – and claimed it could be done before 2030.

“We are in tripartite discussions over an energy island that the UK would likely connect to,” Nicola Medalova, the company’s managing director of interconnectors, told New Scientist. She declined to name the two other parties in the talks.

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