UFE welcomes the intention of the EC to review the guidelines for trans-European Energy infrastructure

Updating the TEN-E regulation is mandatory to better match tomorrow’s energy transmission and distribution landscape in order to reach carbon neutrality by 2050. While relying on a robust and adequate Cost Benefit Analysis, the regulation should first and foremost promote decarbonisation at both transmission and distribution level. Cost-effectiveness must be the driver and should always determine which solution much prevail, especially in the light of the current level of maturity of the technology. Enhancing the cooperation between TSOs and DSOs as well as establishing sustainability criteria should also be addressed within the new regulation.

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