The Florence School of Regulation is joining ENTSO-E and the Baltic TSOs Litgrid (Lithuania), Elering (Estonia) and Augstsprieguma tÏkls (Latvia), in the organization of the Baltic Power Conference 2016.
Although successful local infrastructure projects, such as LitPol Link and NordBalt, have turned Baltic and Nordic countries into a hub of power interconnectors and an integral part of the European electricity market, the Baltics remain electrically part of the Russian system.
The first of the three ENTSO-E regional conferences will take place in Vilnius on 1 June 2016 and will bring together high-level representatives from the policy, industry, academia, and NGO sectors to discuss future electricity strategies for the Baltic Sea region. The Conference will inquiry about possible solutions to enable the Baltics to become a bridge between East and Western Europe and the options for further electrical integration of these countries into the ENTSO-E area.
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