Imminent Reconnection of the South East of Europe to the Main UCTE System
Article from: OGEL 4 (2004), in Electricity Law and Regulation
The re-synchronisation of the two UCTE zones that were split in 1991 as a result of the war events in former Yugoslavia has been a matter of highest priority to UCTE for many years. However, it was not before the beginning of this decade that the proper preparation of the process could be started. The reconnection will have a Europe-wide positive impact on the electricity sector and beyond (not only in the countries presently operating in the 2nd UCTE synchronous zone - Albania, Bulgaria, FYR of Macedonia, Greece, Romania, Serbia & Montenegro) as it will physically integrate regional ...