Unter anderem Polen und Tschechien planen Maßnahmen, um die Menge des aufgenommenen Stromes kontrollieren zu können.

Bloomberg Businessweek:

“Electricity follows a path of least resistance in the grid, according to the laws of physics,” Boldis said. “The result is that our transmission system is overloaded, we have security threats.”

Gerade im Winter produzieren die Windanlagen in der Nordsee so viel Strom, dass der nicht im deutschen Netz bleibt, sondern “auswandert” und die Stromnetze anderer Länder überlasten kann.

The power grids in the former communist countries are “stretched to their limits” and face potential blackouts when output surges from wind turbines in northern Germany or on the Baltic Sea, according to Czech grid operator CEPS. The Czechs plan to install security switches near borders by year-end to disconnect from Europe’s biggest economy to avoid critical overload.