Despite repeated incursions by Russia, the installation of the 450-km NordBalt electric cable under the Baltic Sea has now been completed. With a capacity of 700 megawatts (MW), by the end of this year the underwater cable should connect the three Baltic member states to the Scandinavian electricity infrastructure, allowing the three countries to increase their capacity to import electricity from their Nordic neighbours by 70%. NordBalt is the third electricity interconnection after Estlink 1 and 2 (which have a…