aPower was cut off on the Danish Baltic Sea island of Bornholm on Monday. Authorities said an underwater cable carrying electricity from Sweden was cut. The reason was not known. “At the moment there is no reason to speculate on the cause,” the utility Trevor said. On his website with. “We are in the process of clarifying who is responsible for the power outage.”
The power outage occurred just before eight in the morning. Trevor said a third of the population was returned to care at about 9.35 a.m. The entire island should be back on the grid by noon. Bornholm covers an area of about 590 square kilometres. Approximately 40,000 people live on the island in southern Sweden.
Last month, two Russian-made natural gas pipelines in the Baltic Sea were damaged by explosions – two leaks were reported off Sweden and two off Denmark. All of them were in international waters. Authorities in Denmark and Sweden announced that several hundred kilograms of explosives were used in a deliberate act of sabotage on Nord Stream 1 and 2.