Webinar - Digitisation in the electricity sector: Behind the buzzword

The Renewables Grid Initiative is happy to offer a training session webinar for NGOs on digitisation in the electricity sector and how it can help enable our transition to a decarbonised electricity system. With presentations from those working practically with the technology on the ground, this session will help us to get behind the buzzwords.

Video online - Webinar: How can funding programmes support grid operators in the energy transition? - Diving into EirGrid's best practices in grid development

Autumn has arrived and with it RGI’s best practice sharing season is starting again: We have teamed up with ENTSO-E to bring you a webinar that highlights the benefits and pitfalls of funding programmes established to aid the smooth implementation of grid projects needed for the energy transition.

Decentralisation, regionalisation and power lines - meta-study launch on assumptions, narratives and insights (in German)

On 13 March, RGI launched the meta-study "Decentralisation, regionalisation and power lines", conducted by the German research institute Öko-Institut, commissioned by us. Continue reading to find out more (in German)

Grids meet Renewables - Conference and Best Practice Fair

The Renewables Grid Initiative and WindEurope jointly organised the event “Grids meet Renewables”, which took place on 20 February in Brussels. The energy sector is currently undergoing a major transition, one that will have a significant impact on citizens, consumers, industry and the environment. For this transition to meet societal expectations, technological and environmental requirements, a variety of energy industry players must come together and decide how best to navigate the changing energy landscape. Our event “Grids meet Renewables” facilitated an open dialogue between the renewables and grid sectors.

Event material online: Conference on Public Participation - State of the art approaches to stakeholder engagement in electricity infrastructure projects

Whether you call it Monsterpylons (UK), Monstertrasse (DE) or Monstermaster (NO) – the phenomenon is the same: very often and all over Europe, different stakeholder groups form and vocalise strong opposition to high-voltage power lines