Danish power grid operator Energinet has announced that it has entered into agreements on ownership and costs with its German counterpart 50 Hertz on electricity connections on the Bornholm Energy Island project. The two TSOs are working together to find out the costs of the installations and the operation of the cables, which will transport power from the offshore wind parks to Germany and into Denmark. In addition, Energinet is already in the process of discovering where the large transmission stations and power cables on land should be located. Hanne Storm Edlefsen, Director of Energinet's work on Energy Islands, states that English installations and power cables are the heart of energy island project and must ensure that Bornholm becomes a hotspot for developing green energy from sea wind throughout the Baltic Sea. The Bornholm energy island is projected to start supplying electricity as from 2030.