Memorandum of Cooperation among COMELEC, MEDENER, Med-TSO, and OME
The EU will finance Italy-Tunisia power interconnection project
26th General Assembly in Algiers
Navigating the pages of this digital report, you have the possibility to get a picture of the potential development of interconnections in the Mediterranean region, as proposed by Med-TSO, having a comprehensive view of 15 interconnection clusters, assessed according to three energy scenarios fully developed by our experts. Indeed, a core element of our scenario building process has been the elaboration of these data directly by Med-TSO. This bottom-up approach has been implemented through the use of supply and demand data collected by the TSOs in tight cooperation with ENTSO-E.Thanks to this digital report, these data and the relevant scenarios are fully navigable in an interactive way.
The scope of this platform is to enable the various operators in the electricity sector, as well as all the stakeholders, to have quickly access to information never made available before in the Mediterranean energy scene in a single repository. Entering the platform takes to an interactive map of the Mediterranean countries members of Med-TSO, with graphic representation of the interconnections, through which is possible to visualize the physical energy flows in GWh exchanged by each country and for each interconnection. Moreover, by clicking on the map, it is possible to access tables gathering all data from TSOs, such as net generating capacity, net annual generation, demand, length of the lines, transformers’ capacity and some key performance indicators.
Med-TSO, the Association of the Mediterranean Transmission System Operators (TSOs) for electricity, was established on 19 April 2012 in Rome by 14 TSOs from 12 countries, as a technical platform that, using multilateral cooperation as a strategy of regional development, could facilitate the integration of the Mediterranean Power Systems and foster Security and Socio – economic Development in the Region.
26th Med-TSO General Assembly in Algiers, 23 November 2022