VILNIUS – In preparation to boycott Belarusian electricity after the country launches its Astravyets nuclear power plant, the Baltic states have drafted a common methodology for electricity trade that includes a system of certificates of origin, as sought by Lithuania.
The methodology, agreed after lengthy negotiations, includes the requirement for electricity imported to the Baltic market "to have a proof of origin that it has originated from non-Belarusian producers," Lithuania's transmission system operator Litgrid said in a press...
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