RSC CONFERENCE 2020
Securing future power systems with digital cooperation
ENTSO-E, the European Network of Transmission System Operators for Electricity, represents 42 electricity transmission system operators (TSOs) from 35 countries across Europe. ENTSO-E was registered under European law in 2009 and has been given legal mandates since then. See more about ENTSO-E here: https://www.entsoe.eu
The Baltic RSC was founded in 2016 as part of the RSC initiative and now provides services for three Baltic States’ TSOs: Elering, AST and Litgrid. Now offering the five main services to the Baltic TSOs, the Baltic RSC is one of the five RSCs in Europe. See more about Baltic RSC here: https://www.baltic-rsc.eu
The fourth RSC Conference takes place on November 24th, hosted this year by the Baltic RSC, in collaboration with ENTSO-E. Each RSC Conference reflects regional specificities. The Baltic RSC will focus its agenda on the digital dimension of the regional coordination. The event will discuss the future of RSCs with an emphasis on the evolution of the regulatory framework and emerging challenges arising from the integration of large-scale renewable energy sources. The role of digitalisation and data availability as a main driver for innovation in the RSC community, as well as service quality improvement, will also be central to the discussion. The RSC Conference 2020 is aimed at increasing transparency and at exchanging with stakeholders from the power sector and beyond.
Key speakers from EU institutions, industry, markets and civic society will join panels and interactive sessions, enabling the audience to dive more deeply into the work of Regional Security Coordinators now and in the future. More information on these discussions will follow.
Belgian North Seas Energy Cooperation Presidency
ENTSO-E System Development Committee Vice Chair; Head of Asset Management at Amprion
RSC Conference will be available as a podcast as well as a live-streamed digital event.
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