The three Baltic transmission system operators (TSOs)—Estonia’s Elering, Latvia’s Augstsprieguma Tikls (AST) and Lithuania’s Litgrid—have signed a grant agreement worth EUR323 million with the European Union’s (EU) Innovation and Network Executive Agency (INEA) in Brussels, for the co-financing of the first stage of the synchronisation of the Baltic power grids with the continental European electricity system.

This content is available to only paying subscribers.