Developing the Grid architecture options as a function of the retained scenarios

Developing the Grid architecture options as a function of the retained scenarios
Posted: 5 Aug 2015
Chair:
Thomas Anderski
Slides: 27

Following the "Modular Development Plan on pan-European Electricity Highways System 2050" elaborated by the European Network of Transmission System Operators for Electricity (ENTSO--E) and in response to the call ENERGY.2012.7.2.1 of the 7th Framework Programme (FP7) of the European Commission, the research project e--Highway2050 (http://www.e-highway2050.eu) was launched in September 2012, with the aim of delivering a Modular Development Plan of the pan-European transmission system at the time horizon 2050 supporting the planning of a pan-European "Electricity Highway System" (EHS) while ensuring the reliable delivery of RES generation and a pan--European market integration. The project, led by the French transmission system operator (TSO) RTE, involves 28 European partners, with a wide spectrum of skills and knowledge (TSOs, research institutions, consultants and interest associations). The present event aims at showing the main results achieved in the project, that will conclude its activities by end 2015.

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