Lithuanian electricity transmission system operator Litgrid

manages electricity flows in Lithuania and maintains stable operation of the national electricity system
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2017 february 6
NordBalt – more energy security
NordBalt – more energy security
LitPol Link
The final link of the Baltic Sea region electricity transmission ring
LitPol Link
LitPol Link
A strategic power sector project: to construct a power link with the neighbouring Poland (LitPol Link), which will connect the Baltic States‘ power infrastructure with that of Western Europe for the first time. 
2016 june 8
NordBalt. An overview of the project
NordBalt. An overview of the project
In this video produced by ABB as part of the project the NordBalt project implementation, construction and benefits are presented.
 
 
NordBalt
The first power link to connect Lithuania to Northern Europe
NordBalt
NordBalt
This link is  a prerequisite for the common Baltic – Nordic electricity market. The future electricity bridge will enable Lithuania to purchase electricity from Northern European countries that are rich in hydro energy resources. 
 
2019 november 18
European Single Intraday Coupling Solution and Local Implementation Projects confirm 2nd wave go-live date
European Single Intraday Coupling Solution and Local Implementation Projects confirm 2nd wave go-live date
European Single Intraday Coupling (SIDC) Solution and Local Implementation Projects confirm 2nd wave go-live date for 19th November with first deliveries on 20th November 2019. This confirmation follows completion of testing and preparation activities. Seven further countries to be coupled with the fourteen already operational. Clarifications on active borders provided.
Nominated Electricity Market Operators (NEMOs) and Transmission System Operators (TSOs) confirm the go-live for the second launch of SIDC (formerly known as XBID). This confirmation follows the successful completion of testing. At the go-live all borders in the coupled 7 countries will be active apart from the Swedish/Polish border, which will be temporarily set to ‘inactive’ status, whilst outstanding issues are resolved. Multiple NEMO arrangements are implemented in Poland. Nevertheless, Nordpool EMCO, for the initial period from the 2nd Go-Live, will be the single shipper in Poland.
 
Synchronous operation
Synchronous operation
Synchronous operation
Synchronous operation
Connection of the Lithuanian electricity system with the European Continental Network