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Norton Rose Fulbright Advises Admie on Electricity Interconnection Project in Greece

Norton Rose Fulbright Advises Admie on Electricity Interconnection Project in Greece

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Norton Rose Fulbright has advised Admie, the owner and operator of the Greek electricity transmission grid, on the concession for the Crete-Attica high-voltage direct current interconnection project, granted to Admie’s subsidiary Ariadne Interconnection.

According to Norton Rose Fulbright, "this is the largest electricity grid infrastructure project ever developed in the country and one of the longest subsea electricity links developed so far globally. It includes the construction of a bipolar high voltage direct current cable, linking the island of Crete [to] the transmission grid in the Athens metropolitan area, with a rated power of 1 GW, as well as the construction of electrode stations, AC/DC converter stations and onshore high voltage lines in Crete and Attica."

The Norton Rose Fulbright team was led by Partner Vassilis Koroxenidis and included Partner Dimitris Assimakis and Senior Associate Sergios Karotsieris.