European power: the future of interconnectors

Building stronger links

European power - interconnectors

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In order to ensure a diversified and stable energy supply for Europe there is a need for increased cross-border trading in electricity. However, the current framework for regulating, building and financing interconnectors – which, simply put, are cross-border transmission lines that are not funded through the regulated asset base of a utility or monopoly transmission company, or transmission system operator (TSO) – in the European Union is

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