Article from: OGEL 2 (2006), in Electricity Interconnectors
The purpose of this brief note is to describe the way in which the electric interconnectors in
eastern Europe were originally constructed, and the way in which the infrastructure was rebuilt
or taken out of operation after the collapse of Communism. Special attention is given to
interconnectors with Ukraine and Moldova.
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C.F. Zimmermann; "A Short History of Electric Interconnectors in Eastern Europe"
OGEL 2 (2006), www.ogel.org