Supergrid follows the implementation of the TEN-E Regulation, notably regarding the development of the Ten Year Network Development Plan (TYNDP), the cost- benefit analysis (CBA) methodologies, the selection of projects of common interest (PCIs) and the allocation of European funding for selected projects through the Connecting Europe Facility (CEF).

The TEN-E Regulation will help to modernise and expand Europe’s energy infrastructure in order to allow the EU to meet its core energy policy objectives of competitiveness, sustainability, and security of supply.

Furthermore, the construction of these infrastructures is of critical importance for the goal that no Member State should remain isolated from the European gas and electricity networks after 2015, and will contribute to reaching the ambitious EU climate and energy targets for 2020.

Supergrid believes that the correct implementation of the regulation is crucial for the future energy market. In this context, the role of Supergrid is twofold:

Maker sure that the regulation is implemented.

Support members in all steps of the TYNDP and PCI processes.