Statnett booked record-high bottleneck income in 2020

The Norwegian TSO has benefited well from the Nordic region's very low power prices last year.

Photo: Øivind Haug / Statnett

It probably doesn't come as a big surprise that last year was a tad different than expected. That also applies to Norwegian transmission system operator Statnett, which set a record for bottleneck income in 2020.

Total bottleneck income surged to NOK 2.4bn (EUR 237.6m), which is a considerable increase from NOK 587m in 2019.

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