Energy Community Secretariat published policy guidelines on grid integration of prosumers. Renewable energy technologies are transforming the way we produce and use energy. The share of distributed energy sources is rapidly increasing, thereby requiring all stakeholders to revisit the approach to network planning and operation of the electricity system.
The Guidelines provide a set of recommendations of good practice for all important aspects that have to be considered to make self-consumption schemes fully operative in Energy Community Contracting Parties. They are a product of an initiative of ECDSO-E, an informal group bringing together Energy Community Distribution System Operators.
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