Looking at the Baltic energy policy the only thing which is clear is that nothing is clear. Some years ago common energy projects like the new Ignalina power plant looked to become examples of Baltic cooperation, now Baltic countries are moving in more and more different directions. The Ignalina project is still there, but progress there has been so painfully slow and an outcome so unclear that both Latvian and Estonian governments have started looking for alternatives. Estonia is discussing an option to build its own nuclear power plant, Latvia is planning to build two new power plants 's ...
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