The EU’s recent decision to cover 40% of the costs for the Polish-Slovak gas interconnector was a major boon for the project, but a number of issues remain.
The 158 km connection will join two compressor stations – Poland’s Strachocina (under construction) and Slovakia’s Velké Kapušany (being repaired). Labelled a Project of Common Interest by the EU in 2013, the European Commission offered to contribute €107.7 million ($115.5 million) in mid-February as part of the second 2016 Connecting Europe Facility Energy call for proposals. The interconnector...
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