Russian electricity company Inter RAO banned from selling in Estonia | News


Inter RAO Eesti, the local subsidiary of a company selling mainly in the Latvian and Lithuanian markets, will no longer be allowed to sell electricity in Estonia from Saturday.

Inter RAO Eesti had about 50 business customers in Estonia and sold through the NordPool marketplace.

Grid distributor Elering said these customers will not be cut off, as they will still be sold electricity through other suppliers, through an open supply contract and from a supplier of their choice from a list. companies concerned, which was sent to the customers.

Inter RAO will also not be able to sell electricity on the Latvian and Lithuanian markets from Sunday, and was banned from entering the Finnish market a week ago, ERR reports. Indeed, sales to Latvia had ended earlier this month anyway.

Electricity sales from Russia to Latvia and Lithuania had in any case fallen from 1,300 to 300 MW to 300 MW, making Lithuania the only country where Inter RAO’s electricity continued to flow. be provided.

The three Baltic States had in any case started the process of desynchronizing the network of the Russian Federation before the invasion of Ukraine.

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