The European Network of Transmission System Operators for Electricity (ENTSO-E) announced that a frequency deviation in the Continental Europe Power System from the mean value of 50 Hz, which occurred since mid-January, has been fixed. ENTSO-E said that its members have added electricity into the system during March to bring the frequency back to its target average of 50 Hz.
In early March, ENTSO-E said that the energy dispute between Serbia and Kosovo caused a frequency deviation due to the missing energy in the system, which led to a slight decrease in the electric frequency average. In turn, this decreased is also affecting electric clocks that are steered by the frequency of the power system and not by a quartz crystal.
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Tags: dispute, electricity, EMS, ENTSO-E, Kosovo, KOSTT, Region, Serbia