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European Energy Grids
Grid codes need to reflect a balance between cost and reliability, says IRENA’s RE Markets and Standards Analyst Francisco Boshell.
The European Union’s new list of smart grid ‘Projects of Common Interest’ gains three new projects, loses four previous projects.
DTEK Grids has partnered with depsys to implement a smart grid infrastructure for energy network resilience and sustainability.
Baltic states' transmission system operators to establish the Baltic Regional Coordination Centre to manage integrated networks.
Slovenian-based state utility ELES has completed the deployment of a cloud-based advanced energy management system to leverage modern and innovative use cases for grid reliability.
TAURON has secured a PLN 2.8 billion ($704.6 million) loan from the European Investment Bank (EIB) to modernise its electricity distribution assets and install an advanced metering infrastructure.
What is system efficiency, how can it be achieved and what is its significance in helping Europe to achieve climate action goals?
New technology installed and now commissioned by Greece's Independent Power Transmission Operator (IPTO) will help enhance cross-border energy exchange with Bulgaria.
The workshop focused on the challenges of increasing volume and sophistication of malicious acts towards the EU grid and how the Network Code Cybersecurity will enhance grid resilience.