The TYNDP is open to electricity transmission and storage projects with a cross-border impact. ENTSO-E has collected applications for the TYNDP 2020 from 22 October to 22 November 2019. The documents available below provide all information on the requirements, process and timeline. For any question, contact us. Our team will be happy to help you.
You’ll be notified in advance of the key steps of the application process and will be kept informed about relevant documents for project promoters, such as the Guidance for applying to the TYNDP or the CBA methodology.
Selection in the TYNDP is a pre-condition for transmission and storage projects to apply to obtain Projects of Common Interest status. The PCI selection process is separate from the TYNDP process, under the responsibility of the Regional Groups led by the European Commission. TYNDP projects wanting to obtain PCI status must apply for selection during the PCI candidate submission phase. Information on the next PCI selection process (Q4 2020) will be made available in due time.
This reference document for applying to the TYNDP2020 lists the process and timeline for application, the eligibility criteria and the information and documentation required from project promoters. It also details the use and circulation of the information submitted.
Read this document to know how to access the platform, how to create a project or edit an existing one, and to view the details of what is expected in each field of the submission forms. This document is updated regularly, refer to the change log for the latest improvements.
Visualise the process for applying to the TYNDP 2020, from the submission of your project to the publication of your project’s CBA results.
In this webinar dedicated to project promoters, we gave an overview of the TYNDP process, its role in the European framework and the link with the European Commission’s Projects of Common Interest process. We answered promoters’ questions on the submission process and requirements.
Access the draft Guidance submitted for consultation in June-July 2019, the comments received and our assessment of the comments, and an overview of the main changes to the Guidance following the public consultation.