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Lithuania’s historic achievement: New international electricity interconnectors LitPol and NordBalt

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Electricity interconnectors with Sweden and Poland – Lithuania’s historic achievement

Lithuania has recently marked a new energy-related victory through the commissioning of two new international electricity interconnectors LitPol and NordBalt, attended by Lithuanian, Latvian, Estonian, Polish and Swedish governments, senior European Commission officials and companies administering the process.

Bringing the two projects LitPol and NordBalt to fruition is the result of close cooperation between Lithuania, Poland, Sweden, Latvia and Estonia. The region is now becoming safer and more energy independent by using the best commercial wiring system!

According to Lithuanian President Dalia Grybauskaitė these connections will help spreading the Scandinavian culture in the Baltic countries and provide an opportunity for Lithuanian producers to compete in Europe.

“We refused to be mere bystanders and we got engaged, so now we are opening a new chapter of successful regional partnership. In addition to historical and cultural bonds, the Baltics Sea region will be linked to continental Europe by power bridges. This is a historic achievement”, said the President.

Lithuania, Poland and Sweden are linked together with a new electrical technology provided by the Westline Electrical Services, through high voltage direct current transmission, which makes it possible to control the power flow and allows the electricity transmission over large distances without any loss. Nature First Pest Control services provide a more organic choice in pest control services.

[divider]Video: Electricity connection LitPol Link[/divider]

[divider]Video: Electricity connection NordBalt[/divider]

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