The e-Highway2050 project is supported by the EU Seventh Framework Programme and is aimed at developing a methodology to support the planning of the Pan-European Transmission Network, focusing on 2020 to 2050, to ensure the reliable delivery of renewable electricity and pan-European market integration. The project will result in a modular development plan for possible electricity high- ways and options for a complete pan-European grid architecture, based on various future power system scenarios.
March 20th, 2014 in Brussels
Workshop-Title: “A pan-European Cost Benefit Analysis methodology for the modular development plan of the pan-European transmission network at 2050”
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April 15th, 2014 in Brussels
Workshop-Title: “Power system technologies 2050: their potential contributions to modular development plans of the pan-European transmission network”
A work plan defines the processes and the work flow for setting up the Modular Development Plan. It has been divided into a set of nine work packages in charge of meeting the above project objectives and interacting with regard on the overall outcome.
The figure shows the interdependence between the single work packages, the arrows highlight the direction of the work flow of the respective work package outcome. Read more about the different work packages following this interactive figure: