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The socioeconomic value of electricity transmission investment. The case of Northern Europe – Launch of CEPS Special Report

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The transition to a competitive low carbon economy is a prime objective of EU energy policy. Increasing the share of electricity generated from RES is essential for reaching this target. Indeed, significant RES-E generation capacity additions are planned all across Europe. In Northern Europe (including the Nordic and Baltic States, Germany, the UK, Poland, the Netherlands and Belgium) a large part of this new capacity will be variable wind energy. As a result, the challenge lies in integrating variable RES-E in the North European electricity grid, while guaranteeing security of electricity supply and fostering EU competitiveness. Investing in new transmission infrastructure that would allow for more electricity trading in Northern Europe could make an important contribution to coping with this challenge and benefit all three dimensions of the energy policy triangle.

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Participation in this meeting is free of charge. Refreshments will be served after the meeting from 18:30hrs onwards.

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Christian Egenhofer Christian Egenhofer

Christian Egenhofer

Senior Research Fellow and Head of the Energy and Climate programme

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The socioeconomic value of electricity transmission investment. The case of Northern Europe – Launch of CEPS Special Report

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CEPS Conference room
Place du Congres 1 - B-1000 Brussels
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Day 1 - Monday
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Isabelle Tenaerts Isabelle Tenaerts
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+32 (0)2 229 39 56
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