Launch of the report on Flexibility for the energy transition: a toolbox for electricity and gas DSOs

Join EEF members EDSO for Smart Grids, Eurelectric, Eurogas and GEODE for the launch of the joint report on Electricity and Gas Flexibility. The report provides a holistic approach on how DSOs can use flexibility and thus contribute to the transition towards decarbonisation, as well as a set of solutions enabling DSOs for operating grids in a cost-efficient way. It offers a sound overview to policy makers on how the regulatory framework should be adapted to facilitate and reward the use of flexibility by DSOs and other stakeholders. The report also brings forward solutions for flexibility issues of DSOs, technologies available to get the needed flexibility services to system operators, together with alternative ways to acquire these services. 

EDSO for Smart Grids represents leading Distribution System Operators cooperating to bring Smart Grids from vision to reality.  

EURELECTRIC represents the common interests of the electricity industry at pan-European level. The association work covers all major issues affecting our sector, from electricity generation and markets to distribution networks and customer issues.

Eurogas is a non-profit organisation. The main objectives of Eurogas are to strengthen the role of gas in the European energy mix, to promote the smooth functioning of the European internal gas market and to provide structured support to Eurogas members on EU policy issues relevant to gas interests.

GEODE is the European Voice of local Energy Distributors across Europe. The mission of GEODE is to establish equal opportunity access to European energy infrastrutures for all those involved in serving the customer needs on energy, with the aim  to create a truly competitive European energy market.