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Prysmian Group Announced That the Undertaking of a Range of Extra Works

Prysmian Group Announced That the Undertaking of a Range of Extra Works

One of the world’s leading energy and telecom cable industry businesses, Prysmian Group has announced that the undertaking of a range of extra works. Terna Rete Italia revealed the further work that was discussed earlier as an option in the contracted works of a project for Venetian Lagoon. The work for the submarine power cable links project was awarded to Prysmian Group originally after a European bid that took place last year. In the past the Group have also worked on projects that have created high voltage submarine cable link connecting in areas such as Venice, Murano and Mestre. Prysmian also has experience working on medium and low voltage cables that can be used in construction as well as infrastructure.

Prysmian Group is well known for being a market leader around the world in the energy and telecom cable systems industry. The Group has around 140 years of experience working in this sector and has 21,000 employees. The Group works across 50 different countries and has 82 different work plants. The members of the Prysmian Group work hard in order to offer the widest range of products they can as well as delivering services, new technologies and knowledge for working their clients.

The new work that has been confirmed for the project are thought to be valued at around €20 million and will include the completion of strengthening works that are set to take place at the high power transmission grid that is located in the Venice area. The project that is being carried out will also include work on a 6km link which has been made from High Voltage Alternate Current 132 kV cables.

The cables that will be used in order to complete this extra work will be manufactured in an Arco Felice plant, which is near Naples. The Commissioning of the new set of works is set to take place in 2018.

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