The MOG-II project involves extending the modular offshore grid to connect new offshore generation units to the mainland.
Extension of the modular offshore grid
The MOG-II (Modular Offshore Grid extension) project aims to develop and build new offshore grid infrastructure to link new wind farms in the Belgian part of the North Sea to the mainland grid. This is in line with Belgium’s energy strategy/pact and the Belgian government's commitment, in the Marine Spatial Plan for 2020-2026, to identifying new zones for the generation and transmission of electricity.
In the interest of society
The MOG-II project is in line with Belgium’s energy strategy and has two main goals:
- MOG-II will provide an efficient, reliable means of connecting new offshore generation facilities to the mainland and will thus make a substantial contribution to facilitating RES integration in Belgium.
- MOG-II will help to meet Belgium’s climate targets.
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