The European Union is to allocate 312,000 euros for the transmission system operators (TSOs) to carry out studies on the synchronization of the Baltic countries' electricity grid with the Continental Europe system.
EU member states on Thursday agreed with a proposal made by the European Commission to invest 873 million euros in European energy infrastructure projects, of which 312,000 euros is meant for the Baltics to carry out studies on desynchronization from Russia and synchronization with the Continental Europe system, the Commission said. The end of May is the de...
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