Wesel - Netherlands
The roughly 30-kilometre-long line on the German side of the border consists of two circuits: One went live in August 2018, the other will go into service in November 2018.
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REQUIREMENT AND NECESSITY
The planned extra-high-voltage line from Wesel to Doetinchem in the Netherlands is enshrined in the Energy Grid Expansion Act (EnLAG) as Project No. 13. This will considerably increase the transmission capacity between Amprion’s own network and that of the Dutch transmission system operator TenneT. It will contribute significantly towards greater convergence between the markets and at the same time greatly increase system reliability.
ROUTE AND COOPERATION PARTNERS
The interconnector between the Netherlands and Germany will be about 57 kilometres long, of which some 22 kilometres will be on Dutch territory. TenneT is responsible for construction and operation of the Dutch section.
Amprion built a roughly 30-kilometre-long section of 380-kilovolt power line on the German side, starting from the Niederrhein substation near Wesel. It runs in two sections: from Wesel to Wittenhorst and from there to the transfer point on the German-Dutch border near Isselburg.