Transforming the energy sector is the first step on track to climate neutrality, as energy production and use are currently responsible for 75% of greenhouse gas emissions in the EU. Member States have therefore committed to improving their energy efficiency by at least 32.5% and increasing the share of renewable energy by 32%, both by 2030.
To achieve these targets, the sector needs to develop new, innovative solutions by increasing energy efficiency, promoting greener energy sources and better link national energy markets. In addition, there is a need to create more smart energy networks, using the biggest possible renewable energy share. These expectations, together with the aging transmission network, the growing need to expand capacity constraints and the significant transformation in production and consumption patterns pose a serious challenge for industry stakeholders.
To create a modern, interconnected energy infrastructure, our company’s experts have participated in numerous international projects funded by the European Union to support the flexible operation of the electricity system. These include projects aiming at building flexibility platforms and projects based on the calculation of dynamic line rating system, which is one way of expanding the capacity of the grid. These methods promote efficiency and competitiveness while ensuring security of supply for citizens.