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TSOs to unlock 90 GW offshore wind in Baltic Sea

Transmission system operators from seven countries agree to pursue a common transmission grid in the Baltic Sea with a total potential of 90 GW.

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Transmission system operators with interests in the Baltic Sea have agreed to prepare a grid for utilizing 90 GW in offshore wind potential throughout the region.

"The signing TSOs have recognized that the Baltic Sea region has the potential to make a significant contribution towards green energy policy goals by means of offshore wind development and cross-border electricity transmission," writes Denmark's Energinet, one of the agreeing TSOs.

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