The European Union needs more electricity interconnectors to boost its energy security and integrate renewables into the market, WindEurope CEO Giles Dickson told New Europe on 2 April in Bilbao.

“The whole of Europe is lagging behind in terms of electricity interconnectors between member states. One of the best examples is Spain and France, of course, where the capacity of the interconnectors is still much less than it ought to be,” Dickson said on the sidelines of the WindEurope conference ...

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