Modular Development Plan of the Pan-European Transmission System 2050

e-Highway2050 aims at developing a methodology to support the planning of the Pan-European Transmission Network, focusing on 2020 to 2050, to ensure the reliable delivery of renewable electricity and pan-European market integration.

Running time: September 2012 – December 2015

The e-Highway2050 project consortium brings together the transnational expertise of partners from academia, industry, research and society in general. The combined effect of the pan-European cooperation between transmission system operators, companies, universities, research institutions, energy associations and an NGO facilitates a unique concentration of expertise in the field of transmission system expansion and the integration of renewable energies. The project is coordinated by RTE.

Project website: www.e-highway2050.eu


Co-funded by the Seventh Framework Programme
of the European Union

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