ENTSO-E Launches Public Consultation on the Draft Annual Work Programme 2014-2015
ENTSO-E's draft Annual Work Programme shows how codes, network plans, innovation and TSO cooperation combine with market and policy contributions to chart a path through today's large energy system uncertainties. Stakeholder input is now crucial to lead to a work programme which maximises the positive impacts for customers.
This ENTSO-E work programme for 2015 includes new sections on strategy and resources, to put ENTSO-E's contributions into the perspective of Europe's goals of secure, sustainable and affordable energy supply. Because of the importance of the network codes for the European electricity market and system, the work programme contains a separate network code chapter. The other chapters address R&D, system development, system operations, market and other activities.
This draft programme takes into account ENTSO-E's legal mandates and also the work programmes of ACER and the Three-Year Plan of the Commission. It has been developed with Member TSOs to ensure the resources and strategic direction properly address the important challenges the energy system faces today. We hope for a good response and interesting input from stakeholders so we can finalise the program in the best interest of all customers and market participants. (Konstantin Staschus, Secretary-General)
Participate in the Consultation
The consultation period on the draft Annual Work Programme will last for 8 weeks. All comments received will be published when the consultation period is complete. If a respondent would like ENTSO-E to treat their contribution as confidential, this must please be explicitly indicated in their submission.
- Comments on the draft Annual Work Programme should be submitted to email@example.com by Friday 29 August and marked ENTSO-E Work Programme.
- Comments submitted after this date may still be considered but not as part of the formal consultation process.
Click here to read the Assembly approved ENTSO-E draft Work Programme 2014-2015
For more information, visit the Annual Work Programme webpage