Lithuanian president says no reason for pushing back power grid synchronization dates
- Jul 15, 2020 1:31 pm GMT
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"There's no talk, at least for now, of pushing back the synchronization date and suspending the process itself or any other revision," Nauseda told reporters.
"We don't have a final agreement with the other Baltic states yet. The negotiation process is ongoing, but I won't comment on it while it's still in process," he said. "I hope that we can remove all the issues of concern from the agenda simply by agreeing."
According to Nauseda,
"And, of course,
The Baltic grids are still part of the post-Soviet BRELL ring, which also includes
The Baltic countries are planning to synchronize their power systems with that of continental
With the possible Astravyets plant launch day approaching,
The Lithuanian government says the Astravyets plant, located some 50 kilometers from