Baltic grid synchronization with Europe possible via one LitPol Link - Sefcovic

The European Commission's vice-president in charge of the energy union says that the Baltic countries could synchronize their power grids with the continental European system via a single LitPol Link line by expanding its capacity and that the project could receive EU support.
Litgrid and LitPol Link
© DELFI / Karolina Pansevič

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