ENTSO-EEuropean Network of Transmission System Operators for Electricity (EU)
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The ENTSO-E grid relies heavily on a system of supply and demand; the amount of electricity sent through the grid from power stations should match up equally to the amount of electricity being taken off the grid by consumers including homes, businesses and organizations.
Serbia, which is responsible for balancing Kosovoas grid, had failed to do so, ENTSO-E said.
Yet ENTSO-E Secretary-General Konstantin Staschus was quoted in a Reuters article on Thursday as saying the connection with Europe helped Turkey recover faster than it would have otherwise, and that excluding Turkey from the system is out of the question.
Monthly power generation source data for Sweden from September 2011-August 2013 were obtained from the European network database (ENTSO-E 2013).
According to the Vice President of ENTSO-E, which comprises 41 TSOs from 34 countries, the creation of European level market rules is part of the Third Energy Package and member states have committed themselves to implement the European target model by 2014.
On ENTSO-E test studies launched with Greece and Bulgaria in September, Yildiz said production made in France, Spain or Britain could be sold to Turkey technically in coming year.
In addition, the ministers highlighted their support behind the initiatives to expand the volume of energy trade to the European Network of Transmission System Operators for Electricity (ENTSO-E) region by increasing the net transfer capacity between the two countries as well as investing on the ENTSO-E connection.
The Turkish power system is currently in a one-year trial phase for commercial exchanges with ENTSO-E's Continental Europe Synchronous Area.
ENTSO-E, the European Network of Transmission System Operators for Electricity, called for the creation of an integrated off-shore grid with fewer landing points in February, as it considered the existing 11 offshore grids and the traditional linking system insufficient for accommodating major volume increases.
Med-TSO will play an important role in the development of Mediterranean electricity transport grids and will have to be a credible interlocutor for the European Network of Transmission System Operators for Electricity (ENTSO-E), and the Association of Mediterranean Regulators for Electricity and Gas (Medreg), as well as in initiatives, such as Desertec.