Norway could be ‘a giant battery’ for the UK

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Sky News published this video item, entitled “Norway could be ‘a giant battery’ for the UK” – below is their description.

When the sun doesn’t shine and the winds don’t blow, Norwegian hydro power could could bring energy to UK homes.

The world’s longest subsea power cable in the North sea will bring green energy from the continent and hopefully provide some ease in the power crisis.

Sky News’ Thomas Moore has this report from the fjords of Kvilldal.

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