Ten-Year Network Development Plan 2012
ENTSO-E published the final 2012 Ten-Year Network Development Plan (TYNDP) package on 5 July and submitted it to ACER for Opinion after having conducted a web-based public consultation on the reports from 1 March until 26 April 2012, in line with Reg. (EC) 714/2009.
On 5 September 2012, ENTSO-E welcomed the ACER Opinion on TYNDP 2012 package. The ACER opinion has a positive tone and welcomes the substantial improvements introduced in the TYNDP 2012 compared to the TYNDP 2010 pilot. Particularly in the development of an EU 2020 scenario supported by a top-down approach and the development of the first cost-benefit analysis methodology. ENTSO-E acknowledges ACER’s suggestions and is currently improving the next TYNDP process in collaboration with the relevant stakeholders. Please click through to read the official **ENTSO-E response to the Agency concerns.
The TYNDP 2012 package comprises of six detailed regional investment plans (RgIps) and the Scenario Outlook & Adequacy Forecast (SO&AF) 2012-2030 as well as the pan-European TYNDP 2012 report. All these documents are available for download at the end of this page.
Permitting: Comparing to the projects identified in ENTSO-E’s pilot TYNDP 2010, the report finds that one in three planned investments are experiencing delays in implementation due to long permitting processes. This is why ENTSO-E considers the Commission’s proposals on fast-tracking of transmission infrastructure projects in its draft Energy Infrastructure Package and in particular the proposal on a one-stop-shop and defined time lines for permit granting procedures as a most positive step forward.
RES: The TYNDP 2012 identifies the need to invest €104 bn in the refurbishment or construction of roughly 52 300 km of extra high voltage power lines clustered into 100 investment projects across Europe. 80% of the identified 100 bottlenecks are related to the direct or indirect integration of renewable energy sources (RES) such as wind and solar power. Such massive development of RES is the main driver behind larger, more volatile power flows, over longer distances across Europe.
Market Integration: The commissioning of projects of pan-European significance could result in CO2 savings of 170 MtCO2, of which 150 MtCO2 results from the connection of renewable generation technology and 20 MtCO2 which stem from savings due to further market integration.
Grid Extension: Extending the grid by only 1.3% a year enables adding 3% generation capacity and the reliable integration of 125 GW of renewable energy sources. For less than 2€ per MWh of end-users’ electricity bills over the decade, the TYNDP 2012 proposed investments allow achieving the EU energy and climate goals in the most efficient and secure way.
Download the TYNDP 2012 Package
- TYNDP 2012 report*
- RgIP Baltic Sea (NO, SE, DK, FI, EE, LV, LT, PL, DE)
- RgIP Continental South East (HU, SI, RO, RS, BG, MK, ME, BA, HR, IT, EL)
- RgIP Continental Central East (AT, HR, CZ, DE, HU, PL, RO, SK, SI)
- RgIP Continental South West (FR, PT, ES)*
- RgIP Continental Central South (FR, DE, CH, AT, IT, SI)
- RgIP North Sea (IE, NI, GB, NO, DK, NL, BE, LU, DE, FR)
- Scenario Outlook and Adequacy Forecast 2012 - 2030
- SOAF 2012 -2030 dataset (05/07/2012 zip-file)
- Table of projects (05/07/2012 xls-file)
- Monitoring Update – Table of TYNDP 2012 Projects (01/07/2013 xls-file
- TYNDP 2012 Map of Projects LT*
- TYNDP 2012 Map of Projects MT*
*Map labelling updated for improved readability 18 September 2012
ENTSO-E assumes no liability in the case of any direct, indirect or subsequent damages which occur in any way in connection with the use of the information and the data contained in the TYNDP report or in any official ENTSO-E related document. Use of information and data is to be understood in the broad sense and would include, for example, transmission, display, reuse, reproduction, publication or creation of any derivative work. Irrespective of the above, any use of information and data contained in the TYNDP should enunciate the source of the data and information.
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TYNDP 2012 Stakeholder Interaction and Consultation
ENTSO-E held an eight-week public consultation on its TYNDP 2012 package, from 1 March until 26 April 2012. As part of the public consultation, ENTSO-E also held a stakeholder workshop on 28 March 2012.
Prior to the web-based public consultation, ENTSO-E organised a series of regional workshops in November and December 2012 across Europe and a public consultation on the background scenarios for the TYNDP, in February/March 2011. A call for inclusion of third party projects was issued by ENTSO-E on 4 February 2011 and submissions were evaluated by December 2011.
The consultation process with EU-wide stakeholders resulted in significant improvements to the reports comprising the 2012 package and provided valuable input for the next 2014 version. Please find all the external workshops and consultations held by ENTSO-E during the TYNDP 2012 process along with the minutes, presentations and the outcomes of the consultations below.
TYNDP 2012 Consultations
16/02 - 15/03 2011
01/03 - 26/04 2012
- TYNDP 2012 package web-based consultation
- TYNDP Public Consultation Report on Received Comments
- Collection of all received comments (5 July 2012)
TYNDP 2012 Stakeholder Workshops
28/03/2012 - TYNDP Package
15/12/11 - Regional Group North Sea TYNDP & RegIPs
14/12/11 - Regional Group Baltic Sea TYNDP & NC RfG
12/12/11 - Regional Group Central South East TYNDP & NC RfG
07/12/11 - Regional Group Central South TYNDP & RegIPs
29/11/11 - Regional Group South West TYNDP & RegIPs
05/11/11 - Regional Group Central East TYNDP & RegIPs
15/06/11 - Workshop on the assessment of projects of European interest
24/03/11 - Regional Group Baltic Sea TYNDP & RegIPs
10/01/11 - 2nd 202020 Scenario
For any questions on the TYNDP 2012 package, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.