On 27 July - 2 August, the average electricity price in the Nord Pool Spot Lithuanian bidding area was EUR 44.32/MWh. It was by 5 percent lower compared with the previous week, but lower by 29 percent compared with the same period of 2014.
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Lithuania imported on average 63 percent of electricity it consumed. 45 percent of electricity was imported from Latvia, Estonia, and Finland; the remaining share - from third countries. Compared with the previous week, import from Kaliningrad more than doubled, as a result of the end of the Kaliningrad thermal power plant's repairs on 31 July.

On 27 July - 2 August, the international Latvia-Estonia interconnection capacity was used on average at 99 percent, Lithuania-Latvia - at 39 percent and Lithuania-Belarus - at 43 percent.

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