Thursday morning, Denmark's electricity system is running quite logically. Wind turbines, comprising the vast majority of domestic generation, are spinning nicely, while additional green power is flowing in from Norway and Sweden to be transmitted on to Germany and the Netherlands via offshore cables.
However, activity is relatively limited in the Konti-Skan cable between Denmark's western DK1 region and Sweden's SE3 around Stockholm, where the former transmits 208 MW at the time of writing.
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