The Baltic states want to stop importing power from Belarus and cut ties to the Soviet-era grid that still connects them, but, so far, they are still importing power from the Belarus’ new nuclear power plant at Ostravets.
Lithuania has passed legislation to ban electricity imports from Belarus, but power from Vilnius’s hostile and unpredictable neighbour keeps trickling across the border through four 330-kV interconnectors.
Unanimity is still not there
Lithuania wants to persuade neighbouring Latvia and Estonia to take a s...
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