Jun 05

“We have to consider the findings of experts and agree on a solution that is technically best, that would not bring additional fixed costs, that lowers the risks and ensures a high security of supply for our consumers,” Prime Minister Jüri Ratas emphasised today after a meeting of the Baltic States and Poland.

Ratas added that he and his Baltic and Polish counterparts are expecting a political agreement on the best solution before the European Council in June. Currently, there are three possible solutions for synchronising the Baltic electricity systems with Europe through Poland: two lines of alternating current, one line of alternating current, or one line of alternating current with a direct current connection. 

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