13 relations: Baltic Cable, CS Sovereign, Electricity sector in Estonia, Elering, Fenno–Skan, Konti–Skan, List of HVDC projects, LitPol Link, Nord Pool AS, NordBalt, Submarine power cable, SwePol, Synchronous grid of Continental Europe.
The Baltic Cable is a monopolar HVDC power line running beneath the Baltic Sea that interconnects the electric power grids of Germany and Sweden.
CS Sovereign is a class DP2 type cable ship used for subsea cable installation and repair works.
The electricity sector in Estonia describes electricity in the Estonia.
Elering (former name: Põhivõrk) is a national transmission system operator for electricity and natural gas with headquarters in Tallinn, Estonia.
Fenno–Skan is the designation of the high voltage direct current transmission between Dannebo in Sweden and Rauma in Finland.
Konti–Skan (also known as Kontiskan) is the name of high-voltage direct-current transmission line between Denmark and Sweden.
This is a list of notable high-voltage direct-current power transmission projects.
The Lithuania–Poland interconnection LitPol Link represents electricity link between the Baltic transmission system (part of the IPS/UPS system) and the synchronous grid of Continental Europe.
Nord Pool AS runs the largest market for electrical energy in Europe, measured in volume traded (TWh) and in market share.
NordBalt (also formerly known as SwedLit) is a submarine power cable between Klaipėda in Lithuania and Nybro in Sweden.
A submarine power cable is a major transmission cable for carrying electric power below the surface of the water.
SwePol is a -long monopolar high-voltage direct current (HVDC) submarine cable between the Stärnö peninsula near Karlshamn, Sweden, and Bruskowo Wielkie, near Słupsk, Poland.
The synchronous grid of Continental Europe (also known as Continental Synchronous Area; formerly known as the UCTE grid) is the largest synchronous electrical grid (by connected power) in the world.