“Today, the electricity grids of Ukraine and Moldova have been successfully synchronised with the Continental European Grid. This will help Ukraine to keep their electricity system stable, homes warm and lights on during these dark times. It is also a historic milestone for the EU-Ukraine relationship – in this area, Ukraine is now part of Europe”, shared Commissioner for Energy, Kadri Simson.
Alberto Pototschnig, Deputy Director of the Florence School of Regulation Energy and an economist with extensive experience in energy policy, regulation and market design issues, reacted to the news by answering a few questions and explaining what the move will entail.
Read more here.