Firms agree Scotland to England renewable energy ‘superhighway’

Scottish Power, National Grid and SSE project will support ‘hundreds of green jobs’

Three of Britain’s biggest energy companies have agreed to build giant underwater power cables to bring Scotland’s vast reserves of renewable energy to millions of homes in England.

The multibillion-pound energy “superhighway”, to be built by Scottish Power, National Grid and SSE, could help to unlock the potential of the prime minister’s plan to build enough offshore wind farms to power every home in the country by 2030.

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