'Need for Grids' videos now available in German, Italian and French

One year after the launch of the first two videos in series entitled 'Need for Grids', we are delighted to relaunch 'Grids and the Environment' and 'Electrification and Flexibility', this time translated into 3 European languages. Each video provides a comprehensive and accessible overview of the main aspects of a particular grid-related topic and we hope that these will serve as useful educational tools for TSOs and NGOs when engaging with the public.

Video material can be a powerful tool to reframe complex topics and provide an engaging source of information, which is widely-accessible to specialist and non-specialist audiences alike. With this in mind, in 2020 RGI produced these first two videos on 'Grids and the Environment' and 'Electrification and Flexibility'. One year later, with the support of Members from across Europe, we translated the first two videos in the 'Need for Grids' series, into German, Italian and French.


You can find some videos below, but to see all videos in all languages, head to the video section of the Learning Corner here.

We hope that these videos will serve as useful communication materials for RGI Members and other stakeholders active or interested in the energy system. If you wish to use them for communication or education purposes or share them on your social media channels, please do not hestitate to do so. Should you have any questions, please get in touch.

Electrification et Flexibilité - version française

Elettrificazione e flessibilità - versione italiana (Need for Grids)

Netze und Umwelt - deutsche Version (Need for Grids)

Grids and the Environment - English version (Need for Grids)


Liam Innis
Senior Manager - Energy Ecosystems

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