Pasikurowice – Wroclaw Line is a 400kV overhead line from Pasikurowice, Lower Silesian, Poland, to Wroclaw, Lower Silesian, Poland.
Construction works on the Pasikurowice – Wroclaw Line started in 2012 and the project was commissioned in 2016.
The Pasikurowice – Wroclaw Line, which is an overhead line, is being operated by Polskie Sieci Elektroenergetyczne. The Pasikurowice – Wroclaw Line is a new line. The line carries alternating current (AC).
Pasikurowice – Wroclaw Line project development status
The development of the Pasikurowice – Wroclaw Line project was approved by Energy Regulatory Office in 2012 and the project works were completed in 2016.
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About Polskie Sieci Elektroenergetyczne
Polskie Sieci Elektroenergetyczne SA (PSE) is a state owned transmission system operator in Poland. It transmits electricity incompliance with Polish Power System (PPS) operation security criteria. PSE focuses on developing internal electricity market in Poland through management of the balancing market, management and operation of the transmission grid, ensuring electricity supply and demand balance, and maintenance and development of transmission systems. It is also a member of European network of transmission system operators offering cross border electricity exchange to the Central and Eastern Europe counties including Czech Republic, Hungary, Slovakia and other countries.
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