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Evidence on TSO consultations. The Finnish, Estonian, Latvian and Lithuanian TSOs have been analysing in co-operation the technical impacts of the developed infrastructure in the region. Based on evidence provided by the project promoters, namely the consultation documentation sent to the Finnish, Latvian and Lithuanian TSOs and the responses received from the Finnish and Lithuanian TSOs as well as based on further concrete information on cooperation regarding the infrastructure development and market integration in the region provided by the project promoters, the concerned NRAs find that the project promoters have consulted the concerned TSOs in line with Article 12(3) of Regulation (EU) No 347/2013.
Evidence on TSO consultations. 2019-102729-0005 Based on the results provided by the project promoters regarding to the CBA analysis it is clear that majority of the benefits are seen in Finland. As the CBA analysis show impact higher than 10 percent for some countries in some scenarios, on average impact for other countries in the region are below the 10 percent significance threshold. As the CBA analysis does not show consistent benefits for other countries, the concerned NRAs agree that there is no need for formal TSO consultations. The concerned NRAs understand that this approach support a timely and less complex completion of the project, since less coordination is required.

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