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After the Baltics in June and before South East Europe in November, ENTSO-E’s tour of regions stops today, 23 September 2016, in Bratislava, Slovak Republic, for a conference entitled “Completing the Energy Market – A Central East Perspective”.
The ENTSO for gas and electricity had gathered in the past 6 month significant feedback for the stakeholder on the assumptions and storylines of the 2030 and 2040 scenarios for the TYNDPs 2018. Now the ENTSOs invite you to express your view on how to interpret the feedback: e.g. what does it mean “high RES penetration”? What is meant “in line with 2050 targets”?
The four European associations representing electricity distribution system operators, CEDEC, EDSO, EURELECTRIC and GEODE, and ENTSO-E, representing the transmission system operators, teamed up to share their views on how to manage data and information exchanges between system operators. The resulting effort is a joint report that sets out how rules on data management and exchanges represent a precondition to deploying smart grids and unleashes all potential of the demand side of the electricity system. The report also intends to stir up the debate among stakeholders across networks and markets.
ENTSO-E conducted, along with European and American vendors and Transmission System Operators (TSOs), a common information model (CIM) interoperability test (IOP) — ENTSO-E IOP "CIM for System Development and Operations" 2016. The test was organised and directed by ENTSO-E from 11 to 15 July 2016 at ENTSO-E's premises, in Brussels.
ENTSO-E had decided to create an independent Advisory Council, as to increase transparency and to take stakeholder opinions better into account. The Advisory Council is composed of personalities nominated by the main European stakeholders of the power transmission system. Meeting for the first time in Brussels on 15 September, these representatives of consumers, environmental NGOs, smart grids, traders, utilities and manufacturers appointed Juan Alba Rios, EURELECTRIC, as their Chair.
10 October 2016
18 October 2016 to 20 October 2016
08 December 2016
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