During the entire e-Highway2050 project, significant interim and final results of individual work packages, including stakeholder workshops and consultations, will be published under the ‘Results’ section from 2013 to the end of 2015. This section is continuously extended. One overall result is the Modular Development Plan which will present the architectural possibilities of the electricity transmission network in 2050, including, among other information, the assumptions and calculations for electricity generation, demand and transmission technologies until 2050. Moreover, a network planning method will be developed to serve as the basis for all future long-term network planning. After project completion, the ‘body of knowledge’ will present all project results in a target group-specific and interactive format.
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All resulting documents can be used for further studies, planning and research purposes. You can search according to year, work package and type of result in order to obtain the desired document. For example, workshop and consultation results, as well as interim results of specific work packages, are all available.
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Results of Stakeholder Workshop: Enhanced pan-European Transmission Planning Methodology
On May 28th and May 29th 2015, the 6th e-Highway2050 workshop took place. The purpose of this workshop was to present and exchange on an enhanced methodology using optimization methods for long-term transmission expansion planning over large systems in the scope of the workpackage 8 of the e-Highway2050 project.
Results of Stakeholder Workshop: Cost Benefit Analysis Methodology for the Modular Development Plan of the Pan-European Transmission Network at 2050
On 20th March 2014, the e-Highway2050 workshop "A pan-European Cost Benefit Analysis methodology for the modular development plan of the pan-European transmission network at 2050" took place in Brussels. Project partners and European stakeholders discussed the cost-benefit methodology proposed by the project for analyzing new investments on the pan-European transmission corridors up to 2050. The workshop's active debate provided valuable input for the finalization of the approach.
Results of Stakeholder Workshop on Generation adequacy on the electricity supply-demand-balance in Europe for 2050 on 10th October 2013
The objective of the second e-Highway2050 stakeholder workshop was to present and exchange on the methodology built to assess the energy mix and load in 2050 at the Pan-European level for each scenario already defined by the project and to discuss the actual first results of quantification.
For further information on the content please see the presentations of the workshop.
Results of Stakeholder Workshop on Boundary conditions and scenarios identification for the 2050 transmission system on 23rd January 2013.
The objectives were to define the limits of the study, the so-called ”boundary conditions”, and to define a robust methodology for the identification of energy scenarios. The scenarios will be used all along the project in order to foresee the possible development of the transmission network in Europe.