European Network of Transmission System Operators for Electricity (ENTSO-E)
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Founded 1 July 1999, Frankfurt-Main (Germany), as European Transmission System Operators (ETSO) -- Gestionnaires européen de réseaux de transport. Subsequently known as European Network of Transmission System Operators (ENTSO). Became an international organization on 29 June 2001, Brussels (Belgium). Merged with 5 other TSO associations in Europe, 19 Dec 2008, namely 'Association of the Transmission System Operators of Ireland (ATSOI)', Organization of Estonian, Latvian and Lithuanian Transmission System Operators (BALTSO), Organization of the Nordic Transmission System Operators (Nordel), Union for the Coordination of Transmission of Electricity (UCTE) and UKTSOA. Became fully operation 1 July 2009. Registered in accordance with Belgian law.
Set up the internal energy market and ensure its optimal functioning; support the European energy and climate agenda; promote the integration of a high degree of Renewables in Europe's energy system, the development of consecutive flexibility, and a much more customer centric approach; develop the most suitable responses to the challenge of a changing power system while maintening security of supply; promote regional cooperation.Available with paid subscription only.
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