ETIP SNET Implementation Plan: setting Europe’s research priorities for a smarter Energy Transition
ENTSO-E and ENTSOG have today published its joint Scenario Report for TYNDP 2018 and invite interested stakeholders to participate in the public consultation process, which commences today 02 October and closes on 10 November 2017
Will demand for power in Europe be covered in the next decade? What is the impact of climate on our power system? Why interdependency between European countries is essential in assessing security of supply? Why coordination at all levels is necessary?
ENTSO-E opens today the window for submission of projects in the TYNDP 2018. Any interested transmission and storage promoter can now apply through the online tool. The timeline for this process is from the 30 September to the 30 November 2017.
The specifications developed by ENTSO-E on the exchange of data in electricity systems in Europe - the Common Grid Model Exchange Specification or CGMES – have now been adopted by the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC). This adoption makes of the CGMES an internationally recognised technical specification for electricity data exchange.
The ENTSOs for gas and electricity have for the first time combined their efforts and expertise to develop scenarios to assist with decision making for future infrastructure investment needs. The ENTSOs will jointly release the TYNDP 2018 Scenario Development Report mid-September 2017.
The European Commission has launched the procedure for selecting the next Director of ACER, the European Union Agency for the Cooperation of Energy Regulators, as the second mandate of Alberto Pototschnig, the current Director of the Agency, comes to an end in September 2018. The Agency is based in Ljubljana, Slovenia.
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