The EU rule demanding that all countries guarantee 70 percent open transmission capacity on transnational interconnectors entered force in January of 2020.
At the time, Sweden had not been able to allocate as much as Denmark throughout nearly a decade due to much-derided congestion in the country's co-called Westcoast Corridor, thus resulting in Swedish transmission system operator Svenska Kraftnät being granted regulatory exemption for 2020. The same exception was made in 2021 to the vocal protests of power companies.
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