Organizers: CNR-CME si Transelectrica
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The electricity transmission system is an essential structure for ensuring a safe and reliable supply of energy to end-users. Given the increase in energy demand, the change in the structure of generation sources, the emergence of new areas with significant electricity needs, and the need to increase the level of interconnection in the European energy system, it is necessary to analyze a structure adapted to the new conditions of electricity transport networks in Romania. The development of renewable energy sources with weather-dependent production requires the development of adequate management of backup sources, electricity storage systems, and FACTS systems to ensure the necessary quality of electricity supplied to users. The functioning of the electric power system in Romania within the European system with the analysis of the specific problems of interconnection both energetically and commercially.
• Increasing the visibility of electricity transmission activities and their importance in the Romanian Energy System;
• Presentation and analysis of solutions for the development of the transmission system so as to ensure the coverage of the country’s electricity needs in the future and modern solutions to ensure the availability of the energy system for all users.
SUBJECTS OF INTEREST
• Methods for forecasting the development of the electricity transmission system;
• Solutions to increase the level of interconnection with the European system;
• Concerns for the training of staff in the conditions of digitalization and the increase of the exigencies regarding the increase of the safety in operation;
• Platforms for the development of the electricity market and the connection to the European single market.
• Highlighting the main problems posed by the development of the electricity transmission system in terms of interconnection in the European energy system.
The event recording can be watched on WEC/RNC online channels.
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