From the north of Germany to Bavaria via Slovakia. Unplanned electricity flows are a problem, although a smaller one than in the past


Rapid growth of renewable sources in Germany burdens the transmission systems in the Czech Republic, Slovakia, and Poland. The so-called unplanned flows were a big problem ten years ago, yet they are still an issue today.

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Author: Michal Hudec /

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