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Eurelectric Power Summit: Why the 2020s are the electric decade

Working towards a united goal makes global climate action effective, writes Eurelectric’s Pat O'Doherty.
European DSOs are united under EU DSO entity

Ed’s note: EU DSO Entity, a controversial genesis

It is finally official. The European DSOs can boast that they are united in an association equivalent to that of the TSOs, ENTSO-E. This new association is founded by the four major European DSO associations, namely EDSO, Eurelectric, Geode and Cenec, which ‘baptized’ it EU DSO Entity. And it is already having a couple of organizational issues.

Measuring the performance of Europe’s smart grids

European system operators have proposed a set of indicators to monitor the evolution of smart grids at the distribution level.

The cost of connecting the dots

A price tag of up to €425bn ($512bn) has been put on getting Europe’s grid ready for renewables, writes Jonathan Spencer Jones.

Charging infrastructure, standards needed to accelerate EV uptake in Europe – Eurelectric

Clear regulation and new financing models are needed to overcome hurdles to accelerated EV uptake, say Eurelectric and EY in a new report.

Europe’s distribution grids need €400bn by 2030 says study

Investment in Europe’s distribution grids needs to be ramped out by over 50% from that in the last decade, Eurelectric and E.DSO find.
Next move is to decarbonise, electrify and engage argues Krstian Ruby from Eurelectric.

Next move? Decarbonise, electrify, engage!

Despite CODID-19, the electricity industry is accelerating to decarbonise to become the solution for powering Europe’s net-zero emissions economy, says Kristian Ruby of Eurelectric.
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Energy storage urgently needs to scale in Europe, Eurelectric advises

Energy storage needs to contribute to an up to 500GW flexible power requirement in Europe by 2030 and more beyond, according to a new Eurelectric report.
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EU policy can negate negative social impacts of energy transition

A new study conducted by Eurelectric, with the scientific contribution of the Enel Foundation, outlines several remedial solutions that could be considered to cushion the effects on vulnerable households, while ensuring sustainable growth for the benefit of all.
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Balancing energy policy with decarbonisation goals

Marion Labatut, director of policy issues, Eurelectric, highlights the trends in the European energy market and how regulatory frameworks are supporting the energy transition. Overall, regulatory frameworks are supporting the energy transition however, investment frameworks...

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