Today, ENTSO-E and ENTSOG publish their Storyline Report and several key underlying data sets and modelling methodologies as a first deliverable in the formal process for TYNDP 2024 scenario building, as required by Regulations 943/2019 and 715/2009. All stakeholders are invited to provide feedback until 8 August 2023.
This Storylines report builds on the TYNDP 2022 Storylines report and considers changes proposed via stakeholder feedback during the TYNDP 2022 scenario cycle and during the Storyline Review Webinar in July 2022. As part of ENTSO-E and ENTSOG’s goal of improved quantification of underlying assumptions for TYNDP 2024 scenarios, the report also includes detailed datasets on several key topics such as demand, supply, modelling methodologies and carbon budget. The carbon budget methodology will be shared with stakeholders on 11 July.
To provide more information on the published datasets and offer stakeholders the opportunity to ask questions, a consultation hybrid workshop will take place on 13 July between 10:00 and 12:00 CEST. In addition to this webinar, a selection of stakeholder roundtables will also be held on 13 July between 13:00 and 17:15, to allow the Scenario Building Team to discuss key topics and datasets with stakeholders in more depth on the demand, supply, modelling methodologies and carbon budget topics A summary of the discussion in each roundtable will subsequently be published on the TYNDP 2024 scenarios website.
- ENTSO-E and ENTSOG TYNDP 2024 Storyline Report here.
- Scenarios draft input datasets and modeling methodologies here
- Demand data visualisation tool here
Provide your feedback by 8 August
Stakeholder feedback can be provided until 8 August, via our online form. Input from stakeholders from all sectors is welcome. Stakeholders interested in attending the consultation webinar may register here.
The draft TYNDP 2024 Scenario Report, taking into account results of the stakeholder feedback, is expected to be published in late 2023 for consultation. The TYNDP 2024 Scenario Report is expected to be finalised in 2024.
Should you require any further information, please contact external Communications Manager Ms. Carmel Carey at ENTSOG.Communications@entsog.eu) or Ms. Léa Dehaudt (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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