(NS)Energy Cables

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Energy Cables
Layer Info
Category Energy
Editable Yes
Data Source KIS-ORCA

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Electricity or Energy Cables are essentially submarine power cables. Such a cable is a major transmission cable for carrying electric power below the surface of the water. The purpose of submarine power cables is the transport of electric current at high voltage. The electric core is a concentric assembly of inner conductor, electric insulation and protective layers. Modern three-core cables (e.g. for the connection of offshore wind turbines) often carry optical fibers for data transmission or temperature measurement, in addition to the electrical conductors.

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Electricity Cables is a static data layer. They are point-by-point lines that you can draw in, edit or remove when making a plan.

Electricity Cables create the following pressures on the ecosystem:

Electricity Cables disallow all three fishing fleets (bottom trawl, drift and fixed nets, industrial and pelagic trawl).

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