The Network Code on Requirements for Generators is seen as one of the main drivers for creating harmonised solutions and products necessary for an efficient pan-European (and global) market in generator technology. The purpose of this network code is to bring forward a set of coherent requirements in order to meet these challenges of the future.
Status Update (April 2016)
NC Requirements for Generators published in Official EU Journal
NC RfG is now published in the European Union Official Journal and will become a binding EU regulation as of
View the RfG Network Code
Status Update (December 2015)
On 26 June 2015, the Network Code on Requirements for Generators was adopted by Member States in Comitology. RfG will now go through scrutiny from the European Parliament and Council.
Download the final draft Network Code on Requirements for Generators
ENTSO-E has published implementation guidelines for the NC RfG, to support the code by highlighting the impact on specific technologies, the link with local network characteristics, as well the need for coordination between network operators and grid users.
overview of the latest developments for all network codes is available.
Documents submitted to Acer - March 2013:
The final NC RfG package as submitted in July 2012
Upcoming and Past Events Archive
The tables and links below will serve as an archive for reference purposes of all previously released material and stakeholder meetings that took place during the development of the network code RFG.
Public Stakeholder Workshops
Related Documents and Links
Pilot Code Phase
For further information on NC RfG, please contact Irina Minciuna