Part of Europe’s electricity network
A Connected Europe
The electrification of our societies is growing in momentum. That requires a convenient network of electricity wherever we are. One of EU’s top priorities is a reliable, interconnected electricity network covering Europe.
The Baltic Cable is an underwater high-voltage direct current (HVDC) transmission line. It runs 260 kilometres between Lübeck in Germany and Kruseberg in Sweden. It is the only interconnector between the price zones Germany/Luxemburg and Sweden 4. Baltic Cable is a vital part of the European electricity network.