ENTSO-E releases Ten-Year Network Development 2012 package for public consultation.

The ENTSO-E Ten-Year Network Development Plan (TYNDP) 2012 package, released on the legal basis of Regulation (EC) 714/2009 for public consultation, identifies the need to invest €104 bn in the refurbishment or construction of roughly 51 500 km of extra high voltage power lines in Europe. More than 100 projects of European significance demonstrate how European TSOs plan the transmission infrastructure to support the fundamentals of EU energy policy – market integration, the integration of renewable energy sources and security of supply. (c) Photo entso-e 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. The TYNDP 2012 studies find that 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 ...Zum vollständigen Artikel


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