ENTSOG and ENTSO-E publish Artelys study on gas-electricity interlinkages

3 December 2019

ENTSOG and ENTSO-E publish Artelys study on interlinkages between gas and electricity systems. In this study, Artelys presents recommendations related to the identification of infrastructure projects for which the interactions between gas and electricity may significantly impact their assessment.

The objective of the study Artelys has carried out was to provide recommendations to the ENTSOs on the way to account for interlinkages between gas and electricity during the project assessment phase. The study has focused on the identification of relevant projects for which a joint gas-electricity assessment is recommended. The proposed screening methodology aims at identifying the relevant projects for which the interactions between the gas and electricity systems have a sizable impact on their economic assessment. After a thorough analysis of the interlinkages between the gas and electricity sectors, and a discussion of the role of the scenario building phase, three key sources of interlinkages have been identified and studied: gas-to-power, power-to-gas and hybrid consumption technologies (e.g. hybrid heat pumps). The screening methodology includes criteria related to each of these interlinkages.

European balancing cooperation platform TERRE yields significant benefits

European balancing cooperation platform TERRE yields significant benefits

— The Electricity Balancing Guideline, which entered into force in 2017, defines a framework for a balancing market that enables TSOs to net their balancing demands and to procure balancing energy from providers located in their own area as well as in other zones to balance the electricity grid. This measure enables the overall system to benefit from an increased level of security of supply and overall lower balancing costs.

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