Lithuanian electricity transmission system operator Litgrid

manages electricity flows in Lithuania and maintains stable operation of the national electricity system
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Litgrid and Siemens Energy Will Implement the Second Largest Synchronisation Project in Lithuania
2021 december 29
Litgrid and Siemens Energy Will Implement the Second Largest Synchronisation Project in Lithuania
Litgrid and Siemens Energy Will Implement the Second Largest Synchronisation Project in Lithuania
On Wednesday, 29th December, the Lithuanian electricity transmission system operator Litgrid has signed a contract with Siemens Energy for implementation of three synchronous condensers in Lithuania by the end of 2024. This equipment is necessary for synchronous operation of the Baltic States with Continental European Synchronous Area (CESA).
 
 
2021 december 21
Litgrid starts preparing a feasibility study for offshore wind integration
Litgrid starts preparing a feasibility study for offshore wind integration
The Lithuanian electricity transmission system operator Litgrid continues cooperation with Japanese energy company TEPCO Power Grid and starts preparing a study intended to assess technical and economic alternatives for offshore wind integration.
 
 
2021 december 8
Lithuanians and Poles carried out an emergency support test on the Polish-Lithuanian electricity interconnection
Lithuanians and Poles carried out an emergency support test on the Polish-Lithuanian electricity interconnection
Last Saturday, 4 December, Litgrid and PSE, the operators of the Lithuanian and Polish electricity transmission systems, carried out the emergency support test on the Polish-Lithuanian interconnection. The test was aimed at verification of Lithuanian system restoration and black-start capabilities using the interconnection together with newly installed autotransformers in Alytus substation.
 
 
2021 november 15
Lithuania already has a synchronisation-ready interconnection with Poland: Litgrid has completed the LitPol Link expansion project
Lithuania already has a synchronisation-ready interconnection with Poland: Litgrid has completed the LitPol Link expansion project
Litgrid, the Lithuanian electricity transmission system operator, has successfully completed the expansion of LitPol Link, the interconnection between Lithuania and Poland. This is one of the most crucial of the four synchronisation projects already implemented so far, as the upgraded LitPol Link station near Alytus is now capable of operating in the synchronous mode with the Continental European Synchronous Area.
 
 
 Litgrid three-quarter results for 2021: system reliability indicators improved, increased revenue as the volume of power transferred increased
2021 november 5
Litgrid three-quarter results for 2021: system reliability indicators improved, increased revenue as the volume of power transferred increased
Litgrid three-quarter results for 2021: system reliability indicators improved, increased revenue as the volume of power transferred increased
The demand for electricity transmission services in Lithuania increased in the first nine months of 2021, with an 8.5% increase in the volume of electricity transmitted compared to the same period last year. In the first nine months of this year, the revenues of Litgrid, the Lithuanian electricity transmission system operator, amounted to EUR 172.4 million, 15.6% higher than in the same period last year. System reliability indicators continued to improve.
 
Baltic and Polish TSOs applied for CEF funding for synchronisation investments
2021 october 19
Baltic and Polish TSOs applied for CEF funding for synchronisation investments
Baltic and Polish TSOs applied for CEF funding for synchronisation investments
Transmission system operators from the Baltic States: Litgrid (Lithuania), AST (Latvia), Elering  (Estonia) and from Poland (PSE), today submitted a joint application for funding from the Connecting Europe Facility (CEF). Four TSOs request a financial support for the investments of Baltic Synchronisation project Phase 2 part II which are crucial for secure and stable synchronisation of Baltic power systems with the Continental European Synchronous Area and desynchronization from the Russian unified power system. The sources will be spent for grid reinforcements, frequency regulation equipment and upgrade of IT control systems.