Kosovo Prime Minister Ramush Haradinaj said at the energy forum in Pristina that Kosovo remains committed to solve energy dispute with Serbia which has cause frequency deviation in the European continental electricity network.
Earlier in March, The European Network of Transmission System Operators for Electricity (ENTSO-E) said that the energy dispute between Serbia and Kosovo caused a frequency deviation in the Continental Europe Power System from the mean value of 50 Hz since mid-January. According to ENTSO-E, the missing energy in the system currently amounts to 113 GWh and has 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. Currently they show a delay of close to six minutes. For the system to properly function the frequency cannot go below 47.6 and above 52.4 Hz. The average frequency of the period since mid-January was around 49.996 Hz.
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