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TWENTIES Final report published

This publication presents a brief summary of the most significant results obtained in Twenties project within each of the demonstrations, how the demonstration project worked, and an overview of the project work packages. Access to full report

TWENTIES Deliverables published New!

A set of public deliverables addressing results over the three project Task Forces has been published on the project website.
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DEMO 6 promotional video edited

Twenties project has published a video dedicated to Demo 6 titled "Improving the flexibility of the transmission grid (FLEXGRID)" and lead by Red Eléctrica de España. The main objective of the demo is demonstrating that current transmission network can meet demands of renewable energy by extending system operational limits, maintaining safety criteria. Access to video gallery section


TWENTIES final conference New!

The presentations done during the Twenties final conference held in Brussels in June 2013 and event photos are now available in the website.
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Access to the event photo gallery

TWENTIES dissemination events New!

Twenties events section includes new presentations done in several events organised during the project.
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and find the New! logo to identify the updated events.


TWENTIES project initiated its work on April 2010, coordinated by Red Eléctrica de España


TWENTIES = Transmission system operation with large penetration of Wind and other renewable Electricity sources in Networks by means of innovative Tools and Integrated Energy Solutions

The TWENTIES project aims at:

"demonstrating by early 2014 through real life, large scale demonstrations, the benefits and impacts of several critical technologies required to improve the pan-European transmission network, thus giving Europe a capability of responding to the increasing share of renewable in its energy mix by 2020 and beyond while keeping its present level of reliability performance"

This project is funded by the 7th Framework Programme of the European Commission.