The Renewables Grid Initiative (RGI)

RGI is a unique collaboration of NGOs and TSOs from across Europe engaging in an ‘energy transition ecosystem-of-actors’. We promote fair, transparent, sustainable  grid development to enable the growth of renewables to achieve full decarbonisation in line with the Paris Agreement.

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Launch of the Offshore Coalition for Energy and Nature – Mediterranean Sea (Med OCEaN)

Report launch: Energy&Space – A comparative analysis of spatial requirements of different decarbonisation scenarios

Connecting Energies: Training series for European civil society


Webinar: Grids, Gardens & Communities - Uniting the energy transition with community agriculture

For our next Energy & Nature webinar, we will discuss practices which bring community agriculture, urban farming and cultural activities to the land...

Wie wirkt Partizipation? Beteiligungsformen für eine beschleunigte Energiewende

Dieser Workshop ist Bestandteil des BePart-Projekts, in dem das RIFS, das ECOLOG-Institut, das Bündnis Bürgerenergie und die Renewables Grid...

Connecting Europe

Join us for the second session of the 'Connecting Energies: Training Series for European Civil Society' on Exploring Europe’s role in delivering a...



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. 

More RGI Activities

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 'RGI Grid Awards: Good Practice of the Year' recognises organisations who dare to push the boundaries in deploying grids for the energy transition. Every year, we extend an invitation to all innovators working on fresh technological solutions, addressing ways to gain greater public backing for grid projects, or devising better approaches to safeguarding the environment. Share your practices through our award competition and underline the crucial importance of electric grids in our energy future.

RGI gratefully acknowledges the EU LIFE funding support:

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