Jan 21, 2022 02:49 AM (GMT+8) · EqualOcean
On the 20th local time, the British government refused to approve the £ 1.2 billion power interconnection project between Britain and France. It is understood that aquind, an independent developer, is responsible for laying the cable pipeline from Portsmouth, Hampshire, southern England to Normandy, northern France. According to a notice posted on the UK government website, the UK Secretary of state for commerce, energy and industrial strategy Kwasi Kwarten refused approval because "the project did not fully consider more appropriate alternatives to the proposed route".