With the rise in the demand for global energy, the need for clean energy also becomes more mandatory than ever. Along with rising concerns about the change in the climatic conditions, change in energy is one of the most important international concern. Today, not only the countries are building up their own sustainable power source techniques, they are additionally collaborating with different nations too with the motive of enhancing their utilization of resources by building basic foundation, both on offshore and land.
Nexans is pleased to declare that it has begun the development of another cable-laying vessel for submarine HV cable system, in order to support this this crucial move to generate energy and distribute it worldwide with the consistently growing significance of clean energy.
Cable-Laying Vessel to Emerge as Milestone for Clean Energy
Arnaud Poupart-Lafarge, Nexans CEO considers this development of cable-laying vessel as one of the important milestone in their journey towards achieving clean energy. The high capacity vessel by Nexans is created to install large amount of HVDC and HVAC cable systems globally irrespective of the adversity of the weather, in a Croatia-Based shipyard which has more than 160 years of experience in the construction of various types of vessels. Dirk Steinbrink, Senior VP of High Voltage and Underwater Cable Business Group claims this new significant vessel CLV Nexans Skagerrak, the new ship will strengthen Nexans position as a key player, in the rising market of submarine HV cabling.
He also stated that due to advancement in the technology, strength and several cable-laying properties, the vessel is anticipated to emerge as one of the significant strategies by Nexans.