HARMONY LINK

New chapter in the energy history of the Baltic States and Poland

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About the project

Harmony Link is a new submarine interconnection between Lithuania and Poland. It is the largest project of synchronisation of the Baltic States with the Continental European Synchronous Area.

The approximately 330 km total length of 700 MW submarine and onshore high-voltage direct current (HVDC) cable will connect the Žarnoviec substation of Poland with the Darbėnai substation of Lithuania. Construction of the interconnection is expected to be completed in 2025.

It will be the second electricity interconnection between Poland and Lithuania – since 2016, the LitPol Link has been in operation.

Key facts

The largest project of Baltic states synchronisation

Length:

330 km

Power:

700 MW

Investments:

EUR 680 million

Benefits

Cornerstone of the Baltic states synchronisation

Harmony Link is an essential prerequisite for the synchronisation of the electricity transmission systems of Lithuania, Latvia, and Estonia with the Continental European Synchronous Area (CESA).

The construction of the new maritime interconnection will significantly strengthen the energy security of Baltic States, increase the capacity of the electricity grid for local consumers, encourage investment in the region, etc.

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