Look at the ENTSO-E grid map for Europe and you'll see an oddity. Turkey and Armenia, which have tense relations and a closed off border, apparently share an electricity interconnector. This means that their electricity grids are physically connected, and they can theoretically import and export electricity. How is this happening? Has the need for … Continue reading Armenia’s forgotten interconnector
Energy policy is fundamentally about 'balancing' the trilemma - something that symbolises the need for affordable energy, secure energy, and environmentally friendly energy.