VILNIUS - Electricity from Lithuanian wind turbines started trading on the Nord Pool Spot Exchange after the Energy Ministry authorized state-controlled Lietuvos Energija to buy up power from local producers, reports Bloomberg.Trading started on Jan. 8 on the exchange, which is owned by Nordic and Baltic transmission system operators, the ministry said on its Web site. Lietuvos Energija’s role is temporary, pending a public tender to choose a permanent wind power intermediary, it said.“All produced wind power will be offered to the market,” the Vilnius-based com...
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