TALLINN - When it comes to the synchronization of the Baltic countries' power grids with those of Central Europe, Lithuania's risk assessments differ from those of Estonia and Latvia, Taavi Veskimagi, chairman of the management board of the Estonian transmission system operator Elering AS wrote in an opinion piece in Postimees.
"We are more cautious as we don't want to risk losing electric connections with third states before the end of 2025. Consumers' security of electric supply is far too important for that. The desynchronization will not halt the ...
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