TenneT increases Danish access

Energinet and TenneT have agreed on how the system operator on the German side of the border will comply with the EU requirement to keep its agreements. 

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From February 1, the acceleration at the German border will start to pick up speed. According to last year's joint declaration from system operators Energinet and TenneT, a minimum of 900 MW capacity ought to be available, that amount will now grow to at least 980 MW. And until June, the amount will grow month per month to 1,300 MW, writes Energinet.

"While Energinet and TenneT already met the requirements from the Joint Declaration since July 2017 for guaranteeing minimum available hourly capacities for both directions of the border DE/DK-West, TenneT needs to implement the additional demands from the commitment. Therefore, both Transmission System Operators have signed an extended agreement to support TenneT in meeting its commitments," says the press release.

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