"The Benefits of Innovative Grid Technologies: Make Europe Fit for 55"
Join us on 8th December at 14.30 CET when currENT and Consentec GmbH will publish and present a new study on how innovative grid technologies can reduce network congestion and contribute to Europe's Fit for 55 targets.
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✅ The study examines the technical and economic potential of Dynamic Line Rating, Modular SSSCs, and Superconductors to reduce congestion and its associated costs in European transmission systems, and how the technologies complement each other to maximise the overall benefits.
A group of leading ⚡ industry experts will join the discussion and share their perspectives on what it means for Europe; Jan Kostevc (EU Agency for the Cooperation of Energy Regulators (ACER), Antonella Battaglini (Renewables Grid Initiative), Prof. Dr. Gert Brunekreeft (Jacobs University Bremen), Giles Dickson (WindEurope), Alan Croes (ENTSO-E) and more to be confirmed.
The roundtable will be followed by a Q&A moderated by Brussels correspondent for Montel, Siobhan Hall.
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