ENTSO-E has now confirmed with the Serbian and Kosovar TSOs, respectively EMS and KOSTT, that the deviations which affected the average frequency in the synchronous area of Continental Europe have ceased.

This is a first step in the resolution of the issue. The second step is now to develop a plan for returning the missing energy to the system and putting the situation back to normal. Register to ENTSO-E news alerts​ for updates.

ENTSO-E, in close interaction with the European Commission, is trying to identify a sustainable long term solution that will avoid that this happens again.

​The situation experienced is unprecedented in the Continental European Power System. The European transmission system operators interact constantly, across the borders and through ENTSO-E, to ensure that security of supply is maintained in one of the world’s largest synchronous area.

Link to our previous press release with Frequently asked questions​