According to the Regulation(EC) 714/2009 of the European Parliament and of the Council, the European Network of Transmission System Operators for Electricity (ENTSO-E) adopts a non-binding Community-wide ten-year network development plan (TYNDP), including a European generation adequacy outlook, every two years.
- TYNDP 2016 all projects data in Excel format
- TYNDP 2016 Market Modeling Data (published November 2015)
Example outputs of market modelling tools: hourly series for cross-border exchanges and marginal costs, and yearly overview of production types per country:
- EP2020 V1 V2 V3 V4
- Grid data set
- TYNDP 2016 list of projects for assessment (published November 2015)
- Scenario Development Report (published November 2015)
The TYNDP identifies gaps in infrastructure from a European perspective and informs decision-makers in Member States and other stakeholders about projects with a network-wide impact.
The TYNDP builds on national and regional investment plans called RIPs. ENTSO-E has formed six regional groups to identify and address network investment and development challenges reflecting regional particularities and needs. The main objectives of the TYNDP are:
- to identify investment gaps, notably with respect to cross border capacities;
- to contribute to a sufficient level of cross-border interconnection and to contribute to non-discrimination, effective competition and the efficient functioning of the market;
- to ensure greater transparency regarding the entire electricity transmission network in the Community.
The Community-Wide TYNDP prepared by ENTSO-E builds on national investment plans prepared by the transmission system operators (TSOs) and takes into account the regional investment plans, which are published every two years on the basis of ENTSO-E regional cooperation. The main ACER duties related to TYNDP are:
- to provide opinion on the contribution of the TYNDP to the objectives set by the Regulation (EC) 714/2009;
- to assess the consistency of Community-wide TYNDP and national plans;
- to monitor the implementation of the TYNDP