European TSOs have restored the norm

6 April 2018

Following frequency deviations that affected the Continental Europe Power System between mid-January and the beginning of March, the continental Europe transmission system operators have carried out a collective compensation programme to restore the situation back to normal.
This means that over the course of March they put more energy into the system and maintained the average electric frequency at 50.01 Hz.
One of the effects is notably that the digital clocks geared by electric frequency are now back on time. ENTSO-E will “continue to support all parties in finding a long lasting agreement between the authorities of Serbia and Kosovo on energy.”

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