Editor: Katriin Eikin Sein. Therefore, it is in our common interest to cooperate and create opportunities together.
Foreword For a long time, Nordic Energy Research and the Baltic countries have worked closely to develop a thriving exchange of knowledge that adds value to the Nordic-Baltic region.
We share many of the same energy challenges on our path toward achieving carbon-neutrality in our respective countries.
Therefore, it is in our common interest to cooperate and create opportunities together. An important area of common ground is district heating and cooling. District heating and cooling networks are widespread in most Nordic and Baltic countries.
The coupling of the common Nordic-Baltic electricity market to local district heating via power-to-heat, offers large comparative advantages with respect to flexibility of source, potential synergies, and economic considerations. Russia, Ukraine, and Belarus, for example, will continue to print international motor insurance policies on green paper Despite the color of the paper, there shouldn't be any problems occurring while driving abroad because every country's authorities have been informed about the transition to the new form," said Pajo.
England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland is no longer marked as a European Economic Area country in the form of a new green card, which is why the green card must be carried when traveling there.
Green cards issued on green paper until July 1 are still valid and do not need to be exchanged. The LKF is an Estonian green card bureau, traffic insurance guarantee fund, registrar of traffic insurance, and compulsory insurer of vehicles without a traffic insurance contract.
LKF indemnifies for damage caused by unregistered cars, compulsory insurance, and unidentified vehicles.