My Portfolio

  • Austria

    APG and VUEN

  • Albania

    OST

  • Bosnia and Herzegovina

    NOS BiH

  • Belgium

    Elia

  • Bulgaria

    ESO

  • Switzerland

    Swissgrid

  • Cyprus

    Cyprus TSO

  • Czech Republic

    CEPS

  • Germany

    TansnetBW; TenneT DE; Amprion; 50Hertz

  • Denmark

    Energinet.dk

  • Estonia

    EleringAS

  • Spain

    REE

  • Finland

    Fingrid

  • France

    RTE

  • United Kingdom

    NationalGrid; SONI; SHE Transmission; SP Transmission

  • Greece

    IPTO

  • Croatia

    HOPS

  • Hungary

    MAVIRZRt

  • Ireland

    EirGrid

  • Iceland

    Landsnet

  • Italy

    Terna

  • Latvia

    Litgrid; AugstspriegumatÏkls

  • Luxembourg

    Creos Luxembourg

  • Montenegro

    Crnogorski elektroprenosnisistem

  • Macedonia

    MEPSO

  • Netherlands

    Tenne T NL

  • Norway

    Statnett

  • Poland

    PSES.A.

  • Portugal

    REN

  • Romania

    Transelectrica

  • Serbia

    EMS

  • Sweden

    Svenska kraftnät

  • Slovenia

    ELES

Governance

Governance

ENTSO-E is an international non-profit association (AISBL) established under Belgian law, financed by its members with contributions to the budget dependent on the number of countries and the population served.

ENTSO-E’s headquarters, in Brussels, is headed by the secretary-general who represents ENTSO-E to European institutions, regulators, and stakeholders.

The highest body of ENTSO-E is the Assembly, which is composed of representatives at CEO level of all the current members. The ENTSO-E Board of twelve representatives is elected every two years from the overall members and through the Assembly. The president, vice president, and committee chairs are invited to board meetings. The board coordinates the committees and Legal and Regulatory Group (LRG) work and implements Assembly decisions.

ENTSO-E has four specialised committees composed of managers from member TSOs. Each committee leads a number of regional groups and working groups. At the same level is the LRG who advise all ENTSO-E bodies on legal and regulatory issues. There are also expert groups on data, network codes implementation, and EU affairs provide specific expertise and work products to the members.

Mission

Mission

As the legally mandated body of electricity TSOs at the European level, ENTSO-E governance shapes future energy policy in the areas of:

Security: pursuing coordinated, reliable and secure operations of the TSO networks, both now and in the future.

Market: proposing and implementing standardised market integration and transparency frameworks in wholesale and retail markets.

Sustainability: facilitating secure integration of new generation sources, particularly renewable energy, as well as significantly contributing to the EU's greenhouse gases reduction and renewable energy supply objectives.

Network Adequacy: promoting the development of the interconnected European grid and investments for a reliable, efficient and sustainable power system.

Vision

ENTSO-E has the aim to become the professional body to which European and national policy makers, regulators and market participants turn for competent guidance, through the issuing of pro-active proposals and objective assessments for technical, market and policy issues related to the European electricity systems.