Baltic trading 'could start within a year'

O'Dwyer, Gerard
September 2008
Utility Week;9/26/2008, Vol. 29 Issue 19, p3
Trade Publication
The article reports that the electricity trading in the Baltic states could begin as soon as July 2009, according to a project assessment by Pohivork, the Estonian transmission system operator run by the state energy group Eesti Energia. Trading in the region has been delayed, mainly because some governments, including Estonia, deferred legislation needed to support the proposed pan-Baltic electricity trading platform. A Nord Pool spot price area will be established at the southern end of the undersea Estlink cable that connects Estonia and Finland.


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