Article from: OGEL 1 (2007), in Electricity Interconnectors
Note: This document can be downloaded from the Finnish Ministry of Trade and Industry via the link below and is related to the article Proposed Finland-Russia Interconnector Rejected by Vesa A. Lappalainen which is also published in this issue.
United Power Oy submitted an application, received on 31 May 2004, to the Ministry of Trade and Industry requesting a licence compliant with the Electricity Market Act (386/1995), section 18, for the construction of a 1,000 megawatt (2 x 500 MW) direct current (DC) cable for the transmission of electricity between Kernovo in Russia and Mussalo in Finland. The construction licence application for a cross-border power line included accessory claims which the applicant renounced in a letter submitted to the Ministry on 30 November 2004. The proposed cable will be coupled on the ...