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Danish/Norwegian cable war shifts to complaints board

The Danish Energy Regulatory Authority has upset a Nordic energy collaboration with its decision to abandon an electricity agreement in the future, says the Norwegian state grid company, which has now launched a case with the complaints board for the Danish energy industry.

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The Danish Energy Regulatory Authority's (DERA) decision to drop a Nordic electricity agreement in the future will now be examined by Energiklagenævnet, the complaints board for the Danish energy industry. The Norwegian state system operator Statnett does not wish to acknowledge DERA'S decision to stop maintaining its reservation on the Skagerrak 4 cable (SK4) between Denmark and Norway, which thus far has been allocated to the exchange of secondary system services.

This comes from a press release issued by Statnett.

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