A multipolar network of energy hubs is emerging in the Central and Southeast Europe. The political dynamics of the interconnection process, between Russian sources and new sources from the US and elsewhere, leave some nations in better positions than others.
Warsaw, Poland (Maria Bninska, Public domain)
(H.M. Revenue & Customs, CC BY 2.0)
(Tristan Taussac, CC BY-ND)
(Chris Goldberg, CC BY-NC)