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مستثمر عالمي يدعم مشروع "الكابل البحري" الضخم بين بريطانيا والمغرب

A global investor backs the largest “submarine cable” project between Britain and Morocco.

Octopus Energy has entered into a new partnership with Kleenex, which oversees the construction of the world’s longest submarine cable, to contribute to the import of electricity from solar and wind farms from the Moroccan desert to the UK border.

Octopus Energy, according to media reports, has revealed its collaboration with Kleenex to accelerate the construction of this massive “submarine cable” connecting the United Kingdom with Morocco, which will help the “fog country” benefit from clean energy.

The same source said the project, which would extend over 3800 km, would provide the UK with 3.6 gigawatts of clean energy, enough to run 7 million heat pumps a year, on average more than twenty hours a day.

The British company is expected to provide power at a cost of 48 48 per megawatt per hour, based on which the “submarine cable” project will cost 22 billion dirhams, and construction will begin in 2025. In 2029.

The financial partnership is managed by a strategic team consisting of energy and business experts including Chairman Dave Lewis, CEO Simon Moresh and Project Director Nigel Williams.

Xlinks, which oversees the world’s longest submarine cable project, is in official talks with the British government over importing electricity from solar and wind farms in Morocco to the United Kingdom.

Subsidiary cable manufacturer XLCC has announced that it will begin the first phase of “cable” construction between 2025 and 2027.

The world’s longest submarine power cable will be commissioned in early 2027, initially limited to four “cables”, with the remaining three “cables” to be launched from Britain’s North Devon to Guillaume by 2029.

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