Elering, the Estonian transmission system operator, has obtained the 15-year loan to financially support its back up power production project. Earlier,
Kiisa, which is situated in the northern part of
The Baltic nation is developing the Kiisa project to manage all unforeseen power shortfalls as a result of any major failure in the power system by 10 minutes.
It is hard to overestimate the role of the Kiisa emergency reserve power plant for Estonian consumers in the event of any kind of electricity system failure, stated Taavi VeskimÄgi, the CEO of Elering.
The new power plant has already reached the last step to offer EstLink 2, its underground cable to
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