Baltic Sea Transmission System Operators cooperate on electricity adequacy
The leaders of Baltic Sea Transmission system operators met in Tallinn on 28 June to discuss the electricity adequacy of the region. Disruptions of gas deliveries and suspended electricity trade with Russia as a result of the war in Ukraine have raised concerns on electricity adequacy for the coming autumn and 2022-2023 winter.
The TSOs of the Baltic Sea are actively cooperating and sharing information on the fuel supply situation and its effects on electricity generation adequacy. A joint expert group is analyzing the adequacy situation of the coming winter in order to be jointly prepared. Regional cooperation and coordination plays important role in adequacy analysis and in-system operation of possible strained situations.
Baltic Sea Electricity Transmission System operators are Elering, AST, Litgrid, Svenska kraftnät, Statnett, Energinet, Fingrid, PSE and 50Hertz.