Romania and 11 other EU states fall short of minimum electricity interconnectivity goal

In a document titled “Connecting power markets to deliver security of supply, market integration and the large-scale uptake of renewables,” the EC warns member states about the need to reach, by 2020, an interconnection level of at least 10 per cent for the electricity market. The document names several states…...

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