SEPS will allow connecting new renewable power sources with installed capacity of 407 MW

SEPS, the state-owned energy grid operator, launched two new 400 kV power lines between Slovakia and Hungary that saw €70m investments over four years. The new lines near Gabčíkovo and Rimavská Sobota will improve the grid stability in Slovakia, will allow power exports once the two Mochovce nuclear power plant blocs are completed, and will allow adding new renewable power sources with installed capacity of 407 MW. The Economy Ministry plans to provide investment subsidies to the new power plants.


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