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Finland will limit electricity imports from Russia by a third

Fingrid, the company that manages power grids in Finland from Sunday, April 24, will limit the bandwidth in cross-border power grids with Russia, according to a press release from the organization.

“Fingrid will limit capacity in cross-border interconnections with Russia as of 01:00 on April 24, 2022, resulting in a maximum of 900 MW of imported capacity in Fingrid interconnections instead of the current 1,300 MW,” the release said.

Fingrid ensures the security of Finland’s energy system – the capacity of cross-border interconnections with Russia will be limited due to changes in the international situation, the company specifies.

The export capacity from Finland to Russia will remain unchanged (320 MW). The decision is based on an assessment of risks for the power system in the changing international environment, the Finnish company says.

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