The Renewables Grid Initiative is a unique collaboration of environmental NGOs and transmission system operators from across Europe.

We promote transparent, environmentally sensitive grid development to enable the further steady growth of renewable energy and the energy transition.

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Successful Dinner Discussion at COP24: Collaborative Grid Planning with ENTSO-E and ENTSOG

At this year’s COP in Katowice RGI joined the European Network of Transmission System Operators for Electricity (ENTSO-E) and Gas (ENTSOG) to present our joint project on collaborative grid planning. The project brings together the ENTSOs as the developers of the Ten-Year Network Development Plan (TYNDP) and environmental NGOs to maximise NGO input into the TYNDP scenarios. The ENTSOs and RGI were joined by the European environmental umbrella NGOs Climate Action Network (CAN Europe) and European Environmental Bureau (EEB) as well as the Renewable Energy Policy Network for the 21st Century (REN21).

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We deal with a multitude of topics related to the electricity grid. Find some of our most current ones below. Take a look at our topics site for a full overview of the topics we work on. 

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Are you facing a challenge regarding grid development and its environmental impacts, stakeholder engagement or technological and design decisions? Browse our best practice database with more than 100 examples and get inspired. 

The 'Good Practice of the Year' award rewards those who dare to think outside the box when it comes to creating the grid for the energy transition. Each year, we invite everyone who develops new technological solutions, tackles innovative grid designs, takes on the question of how grid projects can be met with more societal support, or creates improved nature protection approaches to share their practices via our award competition.