Utilisation of scenarios in European electricity policy

This research focuses on the role and utilisation of scenarios in European electricity policy. Through locating scenarios in the EU decision-making cycle and relating them to European energy and climate goals the research determines how these scenarios inform European policymakers in their decisions. Alexander examines the European Network of Transmission System Operators’ (ENTSO-E) Ten-Year-Network-Development-Plan (TYNDP) as a case study and investigates what function the TYNDP has in the wider policymaking arena.

By: Alexander Scheibe

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