The England-France Interconnector is a 2,000MW high voltage Direct Current (HVDC) link. The existing link was built in the early 1980s and is divided into two independent 1000 MW bipoles operating at ± 270kV DC. The link connects into the French 400kV system at Les Mandarins and into the British 400kV system at Sellindge. Each bipole is split into two identical 500MW sets of AC to DC converting equipment known as Poles.
CDM Coordinator services on the Welsh Dragon Project
The project comprises of the design and build of a 65m Tower with a bronze Dragon sculpture, state of the
art visitor’s centre, landscape garden designs with infrastructure and on-site car parking facilities.