Member involvement and stakeholder engagement are the two ingredients allowing ENTSO-E to deliver with high quality. Each year, ENTSO-E organises a survey to collect feedback from its stakeholders. Compared to the last survey, ENTSO-E's stakeholder satisfaction has gone up by almost 4%. Also the response rate this year was the highest ever registered. This increase in satisfaction and participation is of course a great achievement for the association.
The Continental European (CE) Power System -a large synchronized area stretching from Spain to Turkey and from Poland to Netherlands; encompassing 25 countries- is experiencing a continuous system frequency deviation from the mean value of 50 Hz, and this since mid of January 2018.
Med-TSO (the Association of the Mediterranean Transmission System Operators for electricity, operating the High Voltage Transmission Networks of 18 Mediterranean Countries), and ENTSO-E (the European Network of Transmission System Operators) publish the first joint map of their interconnected electricity transmission networks.
In a joint paper, ENTSO-E and Europacable recognize the overall coherence between the demand for cables by 2030 as identified by the 10-year network development plan (TYNDP) and the annual production capacity of cable manufacturers in Europe. They also commit to closely cooperate and exchange information to mitigate risks of delays to and reflect possible changes in the projects.
The European Council’s position for article 14, on capacity calculation (Electricity Regulation recast), as adopted on 18 December 2017, challenges the well-functioning of the internal electricity market and the secure operation of the power system.
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