E.DSO publishes Open Data Policy Brief
PRESS RELEASE: EDSO Workshop on 21 November in Brussels voiced DSOs’ key role in energy transition, deploying smarter electric grids for smarter cities
EDSO’s views on the recast proposal for a regulation on persistent organic pollutants
EDSO Response to the European Commission’s consultation on long-term strategy for CO2 reduction
EDSO publishes key messages on Public Sector Information Directive
EDSO confirms its support for open data as a valuable resource for the European economy and society. As neutral market facilitators, DSOs are in a position to gather, collect and make available data that is useful for the wider public. Ahead of the ITRE vote on the recast of the Public Sector Information (PSI) Directive, EDSO publishes a number of key messages on this important file.
Response to Commission Questionnaire on Energy Storage
EDSO Response to CEER Consultation on 3D Strategy and Work Programme 2019
EDSO Manifesto: our 4 priorities to shape smarter grids for your future
In this document, EDSO identifies its 4 priorities to continue shaping smarter grids for your future: - Be the trusted voice of DSOs in Europe - Establish the DSOs as the neutral facilitators of the energy transition - Promote and support open innovation and forward-looking regulation - Place citizens and customers at the heart
EDSO presents key recommendations for Electricity Market Design trilogues
EDSO believes that the Clean Energy Package is a real opportunity for DSOs to contribute to and successfully meet the challenges of a flexible, decentralised and highly digitised energy system – particularly as this transition is mostly affecting distribution grids at local level. As the inter-institutional debates on the Electricity Market Design are entering the trilogue phase, we are presenting our views on the most important points in the Electricity Directive and Regulation.
DSO concerns on Key Organisational Requirements, Roles and Responsibilities (KORRR) on data exchange
The KORRR methodology proposal, following the implementation of Guideline System Operation (GL SO) article 40.61, was submitted by all TSOs to all NRAs for approval on 14 March 2018. The KORRR preparation process is clarified in the figure below, with the current stage of the process highlighted in green colour. The EU associations representing DSOs – CEDEC, EDSO for smart grids, eurelectric and GEODE – are convinced that the KORRR methodology proposal still contains several parts that conflict with EU legislation and risk the benefit of the system as a whole. We have requested the NRAs to consider the legal consistency and reasonability of the proposed KORRR methodology.