VILNIUS – Baltic energy market regulations have called on the countries' transmission system operators (TSOs) to agree on the terms of electricity trade with Russia as Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia plan to boycott electricity from Belarus' Astravyets nuclear power plant.
The Baltic TSOs have informed the regulators about a divergence of views in working out a tripartite methodology for electricity trade with third countries and agreeing on certificates of origin for electricity, Lithuania's National Energy Regulatory Council (VERT) said on Tuesday....
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