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Kraftnät will resolve bottleneck – approach not attractive enough, says Danish Energy

The grid connection between Denmark and Sweden gets blocked for more than half the time, but in the wake of criticism from Danish Energy, Swedish utility Svenska Kraftnät has announced that they are working on the problem. However, Danish Energy says the measures do not go far enough.

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Svenska Kraftnät says that it will address the bottleneck around transmission connections between Denmark and Sweden, which are blocked by Sweden more than half the time. 

Currently, there are connections between Denmark and Sweden stemming from the Danish Jutland and Sealand regions. However according to Danish Energy, Sweden limits the connection from Sealand 59.5 percent of the time, and limits the connection from Jutland 53.8 percent of the time.

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