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This paper considers development trends and perspectives for widespread implementation of distributed generation, based on renewable energy sources (RES) in the Baltic States. The main issue of the research is integration of RES into the power grid and electricity markets. Paper provides an overview of legislative statements and main rules, which regulates formal relationships between power producers using RES and network operators. Major problems and barriers that limit intensive development of RES are identified and possible solutions to overcome them are proposed.