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Baltic-EU Sync on Track for February 2025

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Baltic States are ready to leave the soviet Brell power network and connect to the EU power grid in February 2025, according to the ministers of energy of Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia, cited by BNS.

  • Preparations for the synchronization of the Baltic electricity system are progressing according to plan, with the Baltic TSOs set to inform the other parties of their decision to not renew the Brell contract soon.
  • The synchronization project will cost an estimated €1.6bn in total in the Baltic states and Poland - %75 of which is co-financed from EU funds.
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Baltic States are ready to leave the soviet Brell power network and connect to the EU power grid in February 2025, according to the ministers of energy of Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia, cited by BNS.

  • Preparations for the synchronization of the Baltic electricity system are progressing according to plan, with the Baltic TSOs set to inform the other parties of their decision to not renew the Brell contract soon.
  • The synchronization project will cost an estimated €1.6bn in total in the Baltic states and Poland - %75 of which is co-financed from EU funds.