Welcome to NeuConnect
The NeuConnect Interconnector will create the first direct power link between Germany and Great Britain, connecting two of Europe’s largest energy markets for the first time.
Around 725km of land and subsea cables will form an ‘invisible highway’ allowing up to 1.4GW of electricity to move in either direction, enough to power up to 1.5 million homes over the life of the project.
The NeuConnect Interconnector will help power the future
with an energy supply that is:
The first direct link between the British and German electricity networks will offer a more diverse and sustainable supply, offering much needed resilience, security and flexibility in each market.
The new link will significantly increase choice and competition in the British and German markets. This could lead to millions of consumers and businesses benefitting from reduced electricity prices.
By connecting Germany and Great Britain the project will promote the integration of renewable energy sources, resulting in a net reduction in carbon emissions of 13 MtCO2 over 25 years.
The investment in proven, reliable technology offers the British and German networks greater efficiency and flexibility to deal with the changing demands of industry, businesses and consumers.
The vital new link will carry enough electricity to power up to 1.5 million homes over the life of the project. The delivery of the project will also create significant economic benefits and support hundreds of jobs during the construction process.
NeuConnect is targeting 2028 for project completion, helping meet British and Germany’s future energy needs and delivering significant benefits for consumers, businesses and industry.
NeuConnect indicative delivery timeline
700km of seabed surveys completed
Major procurement process underway
UK planning applications submitted
German planning applications submitted
Netherlands planning applications submitted
Major contract awards
Start of works
Major construction to lay subsea cables and build substations
Project completed and begins operation