As Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia prepare to synchronize their power grids with the Continental European network, three synchronous compensators are to be built in each of the three Baltic countries to ensure frequency stability.
The nine compensators will each cost around 25 million euros, or 225 million euros in total, based on estimates by the Institute of Power Engineering in Gdansk.
Rimvydas Stilinis, chairman of the management board at Lithuania's power transmission system operator Litgrid, says the Baltic countries are set to become inno...
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