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TSOs book March congestion income of EUR 30m between Norway, Denmark

Statnett and Energinet made a total of EUR 55.7m in congestion revenue from the Skagerrak interconnectors over the past three months.

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Statnett recently released new figures concerning congestion income for connections between various pricing areas, where earnings benefit owners of the links when power is transferred from one price level to another.

In total, Statnett generated EUR 208.9m in congestion income in March, nearly twice as much as in February, when the company recorded income of EUR 107.1m, and 50 percent more than the EUR 140.0 booked in January. In March, congestion revenue from internal transfers in Norway amounted to EUR 60.9m against EUR 35.4m in February and EUR 59.8m in January.

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