TSOs and NGOs agree that the modernisation of the energy grid is a key requirement for a successful energy transition. However, the necessitiy of single grid projects is often doubted by local stakeholders. Find out more here.
RGI’s work on ENTSO-E's Ten Year Network Development Plan (TYNDP) and European Projects of Common Interest (PCIs) has a strong emphasis on making both procedures more transparent and legitimate. Find out more here.
The development of subsea interconnectors enables the trading of power between countries, provides a means to share the use of renewable energy and storage options, and increases the security of supply.
RGI partners agree that new electricity grids can and must be built in line with nature conservation standards. Find out more here.
While there is a consensus in society that some electricity grids are needed for the energy transition, single grid development projects often face local opposition. Find out more about RGI’s activities in this field here.
Find out more about RGI's work on community payments.
Find out more about RGI's work on a decentralised electricity system.
Find out more about RGI's work on underground electricity cables.
Find out more about RGI's work on landscape, aesthetics and pylon design.