The imploded Norwegian electricity price in 2020 has decimated the income of generators, however, the country's transmission system operator, Statnett, has spun gold off the situation.
During the first half year, the TSO collected NOK 618 million (EUR 58.27 million) in bottleneck income, meaning inflows from transnational interconnectors when exporting from high to low-price zones.
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