The TYNDP and the economic and technical studies performed to produce it generate a great quantity of valuable information on the future of the European power system. Along with the project assessment themselves, these results form the basis of the “TYNDP package”.
This package is also composed of the identification of system needs reports and of the regional investment plans, and of several insight reports which provide further regional analysis for key areas and topics.
The latest edition of the TYNDP is the TYNDP 2020, version for ACER opinion released in February 2021.
Key challenges and facts of electricity infrastructure planning today, illustrated by case stories of real-life transmission and storage projects.
The main report of the TYNDP 2020, with all you need to know on the context, process, key findings and next steps. Find out about current European infrastructure projects and how we test them to make sure Europe invests in the right ones at the right time.
All about how project promoters and other stakeholders were involved in developing the TYNDP 2020, including ENTSO-E's answers to the comments received in the public consultation process.
This report identifies key challenges and perspectives for smart sector integration from a TSO perspective and explains how ENTSO-E addresses smart sector integration in its infrastructure planning activities, including in the TYNDP and CBA methodology.
ENTSO-E identified a steady tendency in reduction of inertia from 2025 to 2040. Lower inertia means a reduced capability to withstand instantaneous generation and load imbalances, while maintaining the system frequency within acceptable variations and limits. This report looks at the inertia challenge and possible solutions, in a present and long-term perspective.
This zip file contains the projects sheets in PDF of the 154 transmission projects assessed in the TYNDP 2020, separated between advanced and under consideration projects.
This zip file contains the project sheets in PDF of the 26 storage projects assessed in the TYNDP 2020.
The TYNDP 2020 tested how 154 transmission and 26 storage projects respond to the 2025 and 2030 scenarios. Our online platform allows you to access projects description and CBA results, to filter projects by country, type of infrastructure, status or PCI corridor and download projects data in spreadsheets.
This report presents the findings of ENTSO-E's system needs stury at pan-European level. What should the electricity grid look like in 2030 and 2040 to create maximum value for Europeans and deliver on the climate agenda?
Key information about power system needs in 2030 and 2040, in 8 pages only.
Future power system needs in the 2030 horizon at country level. This zip file contains individual factsheets for 31 European countries.
Four brief documents providing an overview of power system needs in the 2030 horizon, for each electricity PCI corridor.
All 6 regional investment plans for the Northern Seas, Baltic, Continental South West, Continental Central East, Continental South East and Continental Central South regions.
Project-level indicators are costs or benefits that are relevant for the complete assessment of a project, but that cannot be assessed at pan-European level. This document sets the rules and process for their submission in the context of the TYNDP2020.
ENTSO-E has, for the first time, approximated the impact of TYNDP projects on the European Union’s economy to highlight the direct benefits of electricity infrastructure projects for Europe in terms of jobs and growth. This report presents the results and methodology of this pilot study.
Updated draft list of transmission and storage projects admitted in the TYNDP 2020, including Future projects. Published on 2 November 2020.
Draft list of transmission and storage projects admitted in the TYNDP 2020, published on 28 February 2020.
The Roadmap is meant to serve as an umbrella for infrastructure planning activities towards 2030, to ensure coordination and consistency between pictures of possible futures developed by different sectors. It also identifies needs for dual or multiple-sector assessment of infrastructure projects.