Public consultation on the candidate energy infrastructure projects

Regulation (EU) 2022/869 (revised TEN-E), adopted in the Energy Community by Decision 2023/02/MC-EnC, obliges the Ministerial Council to adopt the first list of Projects of Energy Community Interest (PECI) by 31 December 2024. 

The nomination process resulted in 17 energy infrastructure projects,14 in the area of electricity including three hydrogen / smart gas grid-related projects. The two groups established to propose the preliminary PECI list decided that 10 projects, all electricity-related, will be further assessed with respect to their economic performances. Any preliminary judgement on the eligibility does not include the European Commission’s views.

The Energy Community Secretariat is committed to strive for complete transparency and to follow the rules and procedures set in the TEN-E acquis. Although not a requirement, the two groups (“electricity” group and “gases” group) have decided to conduct a public consultation on the eligible energy infrastructure projects candidates.

  • Below basic data on the eligible (10) candidate projects.
  • The consultation period ran from 19 April to 1 May 2024, interested stakeholders submitting their comments via email.
  • The public consultation resulted in two contributions (see below). To complete this PECI selection process step, the Secretariat is now in the process of compiling a summary of the public consultation. 

Public consultation findings

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Overview of eligible 2024 PECI projects

 E01: Increasing the capacity of existing 220 kV  interconnection between Bosnia and Herzegovina and   Montenegro, 220 kV OHL Trebinje – Perućica
 

  • Basic project data

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    Relevant Priority Corridor or thematic area: Electricity interconnections in the Energy Community
    Host country/countries: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro
    Project website: Not available
    Promoter(s): Nezavisni operator sistema u BiH (NOS BiH), "Elektroprijenos-Elektroprenos" BiH a.d. Banja Luka,
    Joint Stock Company – Montenegrin Transmission System Operator (CGES)
    Expected year of commissioning: 2028
    Infrastructure Category: High and extra-high voltage overhead transmission lines
    Current phase of the project: Prefeasibility study
    Environmental permit: No (planned in 2026)

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    Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina
    19.04.2024
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    Project description

    220 kV OHL Trebinje - Perućica corresponds to long-term exploitation and the fact that it passes through region with demanding-difficult climatic parameters. Transmission power (720 A) has been exceeded through the increase in requirements for the construction of new capacities (from renewable sources, primarily solar, but also hydro potential).

    Taking into account the requirements for the connection of renewable sources in Montenegro and B&H, the capacity of the existing conductor of the transmission line in question, as well as its age and operating condition, it is necessary to carry out its reconstruction. The reconstruction, primarily due to insufficient capacity, would have to include the complete replacement of conductors, protective rope, insulation, suspension and connecting equipment. Since it is not possible to install classic conductors of higher capacity on the existing poles, due to their construction characteristics, this implies the replacement of the existing ones and the installation of conductors of a special construction, which in terms of transmission power correspond to a conductor that can carry 1500 A, and in terms of mechanical characteristics will not increase the load on the poles in relation to to the load for which the columns are designed.

    Resolving existing congestions between BA and ME, enabling and supporting integration of a large number of RES in BA (region of East Herzegovina) and Montenegro (southest region), increasing net transfer capacity (NTC) of energy from BA to ME and ME to BA and further development and integration of the market, Security of supply, elimination of perceived insecurities in the past period.
     

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    Technical parameters: Un = 220 kV; Pmax = 585 MW; L = 63,2 km
    Sourcing Background: Not applicable
    Eligibility with respect to TEN-E criteria: Yes, Excel file "EVALUATION CRITERIA_electricity_lines and cables (Trebinje-Perucica)"

     

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 E02: New 400 kV interconnection between Bosnia and Herzegovina and Montenegro, 400kV OHL Gacko -   Brezna
 

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    Relevant Priority Corridor or thematic area: Electricity interconnections in the Energy Community
    Host country/countries: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro
    Project website: Not available
    Promoter(s): Nezavisni operator sistema u BiH (NOS BiH), "Elektroprijenos-Elektroprenos" BiH a.d. Banja Luka,
    Joint Stock Company – Montenegrin Transmission System Operator (CGES)
    Expected year of commissioning: 2035
    Infrastructure Category: High and extra-high voltage overhead transmission lines
    Current phase of the project: Prefeasibility study
    Environmental permit: No (planned in 2029)

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    Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina
    19.04.2024
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    Project description

    New 400 kV interconnection between Bosnia and Herzegovina and Montenegro will connect SS Gacko (B&H) with SS Brezna (MNE), total length about 51 km (36 km in Montenegro and 15 km in BiH).

    Enabling and supporting integration of a large number of RES in BA (region of East Herzegovina) and Montenegro (west region), enabling the transfer of energy from BA to ME and avoiding existing congestions between BA and ME, further development and integration of the market and security of supply.

    Reduction of losses about 5GWh (-4%) in Montenego and B&H 6,4GWh (-1.5%).
     

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    Technical parameters: Un = 400 kV; Pmax = 1330 MW; L = 51 km
    Sourcing Background: Not applicable
    Eligibility with respect to TEN-E criteria: Yes, Excel file "EVALUATION CRITERIA_electricity_lines and cables (Gacko-Brezna)"

     

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 E03: New 400 kV interconnection between Montenegro and Bosnia and Herzegovina, 400kV overhead line   Brezna-Sarajevo with construction 400/220 kV substation Piva's mountain
 

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    Relevant Priority Corridor or thematic area: Electricity interconnections in the Energy Community
    Host country/countries: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro
    Project website: Not available
    Promoter(s): Nezavisni operator sistema u BiH (NOS BiH), "Elektroprijenos-Elektroprenos" BiH a.d. Banja Luka,
    Joint Stock Company – Montenegrin Transmission System Operator (CGES)
    Expected year of commissioning: 2033
    Infrastructure Category: High and extra-high voltage overhead transmission lines
    Current phase of the project: Prefeasibility study
    Environmental permit: No (planned in 2028)

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    Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina
    19.04.2024
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    The new 400 kV interconnection between Montenegro and Bosnia and Herzegovina would connect  400/110/35 kV substation Brezna in Montenegro with 400/220/110/x  substation Sarajevo 20 in Bosnia and Herzegovina with constraction substation 400/220 kV Piva's mountain.

    New 400 kV interconnection transmission overhead line with the construction of new 400/220 kV SS Piva's mountain and establishment of a connection between HPP Piva and new SS Piva's mountain is analysed within two phases of construction:

    • Phase I - construction of 400/220 kV SS Piva's mountain with the construction of a new 400 kV OHL from SS Piva's mountain to the location of Buk Bijela (BiH), from which the existing line 2x490/65 mm2 continues to SS Sarajevo 20 and connecting HPP Piva with SS Piva's mountain transmission line of higher capacity (larger than the existing 220 kV OHL Piva – Sarajevo 20)
    • Phase II - construction of 400 kV OHL Brezna - 400/220 kV SS Piva's mountain, for which it is estimated that the construction period will be significantly longer than Phase I (if a decision is made, preparation and construction can begin simultaneously with the construction of SS Piva's mountain).

    Expected benefits from the project are: reduction of losses in the transmission system, security of supply, connection of renewable energy sources to the transmission system, the new connection between Montenegro and Bosnia and Herzegovina will eliminate the possibility of congestion with an increase in Net Transfer Capacity (NTC) at this border and electricity market integration.

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    Technical parameters: Un = 400 kV; Pmax = 1200 MW; L = 67,2 km
    Sourcing Background: Not applicable
    Eligibility with respect to TEN-E criteria: Yes, Excel file "EVALUATION CRITERIA_electricity_lines and cables (Brezna-Sarajevo)"

     

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 E04: Transbalkan Corridor: Double OHL 400 kV Pljevlja (MNE)- Bajina Basta (RS) - Višegrad (B&H)
 

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    Relevant Priority Corridor or thematic area: Electricity interconnections in the Energy Community
    Host country/countries: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Serbia
    Project website: EMS / Balkan Electricity Corridor
      TYNDP 2022 Project Platform
    Promoter(s): Nezavisni operator sistema u BiH (NOS BiH), "Elektroprijenos-Elektroprenos" BiH a.d. Banja Luka,
    Joint Stock Company – Montenegrin Transmission System Operator (CGES)
    Expected year of commissioning: 2027
    Infrastructure Category: High and extra-high voltage overhead transmission lines
    Current phase of the project: Financing
    Environmental permit: No (planned in 2025)

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    Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia
    19.04.2024
    Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia
    19.04.2024
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    Project description

    The connection of the electric power systems of Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Montenegro will be realised through the construction of the 400 kV transmission line between the 400/220/110 kV Pljevlja 2, 400/220/35 kV substations Bajina Bašta (Serbia) and 400/110 kV Višegrad (Bosnia and Herzegovina).

    Transmission lines will be built as double circuit. As part of this system, a double transmission line will be built from SS Pljevlja 2 to the border with Serbia. In the first stage of the implementation of this project, one transmission line system will be installed - the direction Bajina Bašta. The project also includes the reconstruction and expansion of the substations in Pljevlja and Visegrad, in order to adjusted for the connection of the planned transmission lines. With the construction of the new transmission line 2x400 kV Pljevlja/Visegrad - Bajina Bašta, there is no need for using the existing transmission line 220 kV Bajina Bašta - Pljevlja, which enables the use of its corridor for the route of the new 2x400kV transmission line.

    With the implementation of this project across three countries (Montenegro, Serbia and Bosnia and Hercegovina), we expect a better evacuation of energy from the 600MW submarine cable between Montenegro and Italy. Increasing NTC between BA, ME and RS, security of supply and increasing and support to RES integration.
     

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    Technical parameters: Un = 400 kV; Pmax = 1200 MW (ME) / 1330 MW (BA); L = 14,95 (ME) and  17,1 km (BA)
    Sourcing Background: Not applicable
    Eligibility with respect to TEN-E criteria: Yes, Excel file "EVALUATION CRITERIA_electricity_lines and cables (TB corridor)"

     

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 E05: Internal transmission line 400 kV Banja Luka 6 - Mostar 4
 

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    Relevant Priority Corridor or thematic area: Electricity interconnections in the Energy Community
    Host country/countries: Bosnia and Herzegovina
    Project website: Not available
    Promoter(s): Nezavisni operator sistema u BiH (NOS BiH),
    "Elektroprijenos-Elektroprenos" BiH a.d. Banja Luka
    Expected year of commissioning: 2034
    Infrastructure Category: High and extra-high voltage overhead transmission lines
    Current phase of the project: Consideration phase
    Environmental permit: No (planned in 2030)

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    Bosnia and Herzegovina
    19.04.2024
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    Enabling and supporting integration of a large number of RES, enabling the transfer of energy through EES BiH and avoiding possible congestion in the transmission network of EES BiH, further development and integration of the market.
     

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    Technical parameters: Un = 400 kV; Pmax = 1330 MW; L = 230 km
    Sourcing Background: Not applicable
    Eligibility with respect to TEN-E criteria: Yes, Excel file "EVALUATION CRITERIA_electricity_lines and cables (Banja Luka-Mostar)"

     

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 E06: Reconfiguration of 400 kV grid  and new 400 kV interconnection Albania-Kosovo (KOSTT) /   Extension of SS Fierza and new 400 kV interconnection Albania-Kosovo (OST)

 

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    Relevant Priority Corridor or thematic area: Electricity interconnections in the Energy Community
    Host country/countries: Albania, Kosovo*
    Project website: Not available
    Promoter(s): Operator Sistemi, Transmisioni dhe Tregu SH.A (KOSTT),
    Operatori I Sistemit te Transmetimit sh.a. (OST)
    Expected year of commissioning: 2030
    Infrastructure Category: High and extra-high voltage overhead transmission lines
    Current phase of the project: Consideration phase
    Environmental permit: No (planned in 2028)

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    KOSTT project description

    The project consists in the extension of SS Prizreni 2 (actual voltage 220/110 kV) to Prizreni-4, 400 kV level and the construction of a new 400 kV interconnection between Albania and Kosova. The Project will include the following measures:

    • Construction of SS Prizreni 4(Nashec), 400/110 kV with one 300 MVA autotransformer, which contains two 400 kV line bays, one 400 kV bus Coupler bay, one 400 kV and one 110 kV  transformer bay.
    • Expansion of the 110 kV busbar system
    • Construction of the Switch Gear Station Gjakova, 400 kV with four 400 kV line  bays and a 400 kV bus coupler bay.
    • Construction of the 400 kV single line, 31.5 km SG Gjakova-SS Prizren -4 (Nashec).
    • Construction of the single line SG Gjakova - SS Peja 3 with a length of 35.5 km.
    • Construction of the second interconnection line 400 kV SS Nashec-SS Fierza with a length of 70 km (45km in Kosovo and 25km in Albania)

    Based on Energy Strategy 2022-2031 Kosovo Transmission System should integrate more than 1.4 GW RES capacity mainly Solar and Wind. To achive the objectives of the Energy Strategy and  National Energy and Climate Plan toward electricity sector decarbonisation is needed reinforcement and reconfiguration of 400 kV network and new 400 kv interconectors to accommodate this increased level of additional generation and create further energy exchange opportunities. In this aspect, the current 220 kV interconnection Fierza – Prizren 2 is often subject to congestion and represents a bottleneck element. This project will reduce the loading of 220 kV line Fierza-Prizren2, enhance the role of the existing 400 kV interconnection Koman-Kosova B, and together with the new 400 kV interconnection with Kosova enable the grid integration of large amounts of RES  capacity in Kosovo Power System. Same intense integration of new RES is foreseen also in the Albanian Power System. Furthermore, the new submarine 400 kV cable between Albania and Italy which is in the OST plans will enable a new 400 kV corridor which will be used for Power exchanges between the regions and will give a positive signal on new investments in RES, market integration, and exchange of power regulation reserves so much needed for RES successful integration

    Main benefits of this project include:

    • Enables the support of new generation capacities from RES                          
    • Improving the reliability of the regional network, the general security of supply and flexibility in the operation of the power system,
    • Increasing the value of the Net Transfer Capacity (NTC) between OST and KOSTT, allowing the increase of energy exchange between neighboring countries,
    • Increasing commercial exchanges with Albania and other regional countries and the potential to develop a competitive regional energy market, and integration in Pan European Electricity Market.
    • Helping in the gradual decrease of the role of the internal 220 kV network of the country;
    • Enables the reconfiguration of the 110 kV network with the aim of optimizing power flows as well as optimizing the operational conditions of the transmission system.

    OST project description

    The project consists in the extension of SS Fierza to 400 kV level and construction of a new 400 kV interconnection between Albania and Kosova. The Project will include the following measures:

    • construction of a new 400/220/110 kV substation near the existing Fierza substation;
    • installation of a 400/220kV, 600 MVA phase shift transformer PST;
    • reconfiguration of the 220 kV and 400 kV lines that will connect to this substation;
    • connection to existing interconnections 400 kV Koman – Kosova B and 220 kV Fierza – Prizren2;
    • connection to 110 kV transmission grid in the area;
    • construction of a new 400 kV interconnection line between the new 400/220 kV SS Fierza and the new 400 kV SS Prizren4 in Kosova;
    • construction/upgrade of new 400 kV substation Prizren-4;

    There are currently more than 1.3 GW of wind power plants applications in the northeastern region of Albania and there is a need to accommodate this increased level of additional generation and create further energy exchange opportunities. In this aspect, current 220 kV interconnection Fierza – Prizren 2 is often subject to congestion and represents a bottleneck element. This project will reduce the loading of 220 kV line Fierza-Prizren2, enhance the role of existing 400 kV interconnection Koman-Kosova B and together with the new 400 kV interconnection with Kosova enable the grid integration of large amounts of wind power plant generating capacity.

    Main benefits of this project include:

    • Improving the reliability of the regional network, the general security of supply and flexibility in the operation of the energy system,
    • Increasing the value of the Net Transfer Capacity (NTC) of the Albanian network, allowing the increase of energy exchange between neighboring countries,
    • A better distribution of the generation flows of HEC Fierze and the Drin river cascade in the 400 kV network,
    • Increasing commercial exchanges with Kosova and the potential to develop the regional energy market.
    • Improvement of quality indicators and further utilization of the 400 kV interconnection network through redirection of energy flows,
    • Helping in the gradual decrease of the role of internal 220 kV network of the country;
    • Supplying the increasing electricity demand of the Prizren area.
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    Technical parameters: Un = 400 kV; Pmax = 1080 MW; L = 45 km (XK) / 25 km (AL)
    Sourcing Background: Not applicable
    Eligibility with respect to TEN-E criteria: Yes, Excel file "EVALUATION CRITERIA_electricity_lines and cables (Kosovo-Albania)"

     

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 E07: Closing the 400 kV Albanian internal Ring
 

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    Relevant Priority Corridor or thematic area: Electricity interconnections in the Energy Community
    Host country/countries: Albania
    Project website: Not available
    Promoter(s): Operatori I Sistemit te Transmetimit sh.a. (OST)
    Expected year of commissioning: 2030
    Infrastructure Category: High and extra-high voltage overhead transmission lines
    Current phase of the project: Consideration phase
    Environmental permit: No (planned in 2028)

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    Albania
    19.04.2024
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    The project consists of closing the 400 kV internal transmission lines in a ring topology through the construction of new 400 kV transmission line between substations Fier-Rrashbull and further to Tirana-2. The project will include the following measures:

    • Construction of a new 400 kV single circuit OH transmission line between Fier substation and Rrashbull substation – about 78 km long with ACSR 2x490/65 mm2 conductor.
    • Extension of 400 kV Fier substation.
    • Extension and reinforcement of Rrashbull substation.
    • Conversion works at 400 kV Tirana-2 substation in order to be able to operate one circuit of the new 220 kV double circuit line Tirana 2 – Rashbull at 400 kV

    It should be noted that the project of a double circuit 220 kV transmission line between Tirana2 – Rrashbull (in implementation phase) will have one circuit with 490/65 mm2 cross-section conductor and the other with 2x490/65 mm2 conductor (with a perspective to upgrade this second circuit to 400 kV once this Project is implemented – therefore eliminating the need for a new 400 kV line Tirana2-Rrashbull).

    The main outcomes of this project regarding Albanian national objectives are:

    • Enforcement of the existing corridor of energy flows in the North-South direction,
    • Extension of the Fier substation, which will become a very important node for the connection of solar power plants,
    • Maintaining security of supply and responding to the expected increase of demand in the Durres area, where is planned to be built a major new marine port and additional cargo port,
    • Closing the internal 400kV network ring connecting the main 400 kV substations in the country such as those of Tirana - Elbasan – Durres – Fier, situated in important industrial areas,
    • The closed 400 kV Ring will avoid possible bottlenecks in the internal 400 kV network, providing the way for increased transmission capacity (NTC) between Albania and neighbouring countries,
    • Decreasing the dependence of Albania power system from changing hydrological conditions by allowing more exchange opportunities and therefore mitigating some of effect of climate change in Albania.
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    Technical parameters: Un = 400 kV; Pmax =1080 MW; L = 78 km
    Sourcing Background: Not applicable
    Eligibility with respect to TEN-E criteria: Yes, Excel file "EVALUATION CRITERIA_electricity_lines and cables (internal Al 400 kV ring)"

     

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 E08: 330 kV OHL Balti (MD) - Dnestrovsk HPP-2 (UA)
 

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    Relevant Priority Corridor or thematic area: Electricity interconnections in the Energy Community
    Host country/countries: Moldova, Ukraine
    Project website: Not available
    Promoter(s): SE Moldelectrica, NPC Ukrenergo
    Expected year of commissioning: 2032
    Infrastructure Category: High and extra-high voltage overhead transmission lines
    Current phase of the project: Consideration phase
    Environmental permit: No (not defined when is it planned)

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    Moldova, Ukraine
    19.04.2024
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    Strenghening the electricity interconnection between Republic of Moldova and Ukraine. The project will contribute to electricity market development and security of supply of both countries. Also the project will have an positive impact on increasing the NTC between both countries, opening the possibility to integrate more renewbles in the area.
     

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    Technical parameters: Un = 330 kV; Pmax = 600 MW; L = 130 km
    Sourcing Background: Not applicable
    Eligibility with respect to TEN-E criteria: Yes, Excel file "EVALUATION CRITERIA_electricity_lines and cables (Balti-Dnestrovsk)"

     

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 E12: Cybersecurity management system for protection grids assets from cyber threats 
 

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    Relevant Priority Corridor or thematic area: Smart electricity grids deployment
    Host country/countries: Moldova, Ukraine
    Project website: Not available
    Promoter(s): Ukraine DSO - DTEK Odesa grids, Moldova DSO - Premier Energy Distribution
    Expected year of commissioning: Section I - 2026, Section II - 2027-2034
    Infrastructure Category: Smart electricity grids
    Current phase of the project: Economic feasibility study (CBA)
    Environmental permit: No (permits planned in 2025)

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    Moldova, Ukraine
    19.04.2024
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    The project involves the development of measures and implementation of software and hardware equipment for protection of the grid infrastructure from cyber threats and attacks. The following aspects are envisiged: 

    1. Protection of the OT grid from an unauthorized interference
    2. Implementing tools for prompt detection of devices that were connected to the ОТ infrastructure without proper authorization
    3. Implementing the following systems: grid monitoring, grid protection, OT resources access management, traffic management, advanced attacks protection
    4. Complete isolation of the ОТ network from other networks and division of the ОТ network into separate control and management segments.
    5. Increasing the resilience and reliability of smart grids for both countries while increasing the level of protection of technological grid management systems from cyber threats

    Benefits:

    • Ensuring grid reliability, interoperability and security under the conditions of war and constant cyber threats.
    • By employing above mentioned measures, the project will positively affect the stable and reliable energy supply to customers. Therefore at least 1 million customers from Ukraine and Moldova will benefit from the outcomes of the project.
    • Implementation of the project will have significant positive impact on the Energy Community 2030 targets and the 2050 climate neutrality objective. Namely, the resilience of the distribution system from cyber threats will foster the efficiency and pace of renewable energy resources integration into the grid. Also, the protection of the new automated grid infrastructure from the cyber threats/attacks will increase energy efficiency of the system therefore contributing to the above mentioned targets.

    The implementation of the project will contribute to the security of supply, incl. through efficiency and interoperability of electricity distribution in day-to-day network operation, avoidance of congestion. In the conditions of the situation in Ukraine and in particular in the area of cross-border connections between the energy systems of Ukraine and Moldova, ensuring the resilience and security of  technological control systems for smart grids is critical to ensuring the sustainability of connections between the two energy systems.

    Implementation of the CyberSecurity Management System in accordance with recommendations NIST SP 800-82, NIST.SP.800-53, IEC 62443.
     

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    Technical parameters: Un = 10 kV; Сoverage in Ukraine DSO: 275 HV substations; MV regions; 1 HV region; 3 Control centers; 1 ADMS; Сoverage in Moldova DSO: 95 HV substations; MV regions;  1 Control center; 1 ADMS 
    Sourcing Background: Not applicable
    Eligibility with respect to TEN-E criteria: Yes, Excel file "EVALUATION CRITERIA_smart_electricity_grids(CyS UA-MD)"

     

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  E13: DTEK storage facilities 225 MW

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    Relevant Priority Corridor or thematic area: Electricity interconnections in the Energy Community
    Host country/countries: Ukraine
    Project website: Not available
    Promoter(s): JSC DTEK WESTENERGY
    Expected year of commissioning: 2025-2028
    Infrastructure Category: Energy storage facilities
    Current phase of the project: Final investment decision
    Environmental permit: unknown

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    Ukraine
    19.04.2024
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    DTEK intends to develop, build and operate 225 MW / 450 MWh battery sites located in several locations in Western and Central Ukraine with a single control center to ensure the power oscillation damping (POD) control and to provide ancillary services (frequency control - FCR, aFRR) to the power grids of Ukraine and Moldova (LFC UA/MD).

    Cross-border impact is as follows:
    1. POD control will reinforce interconnector with Continental Europe and security of supply;
    2. Improve frequency control in UA/MD control block.

    The project will cover a significant capacity deficit in frequency regulation services (FCR, aFRR) for Ukraine and Moldova (LFC UA/MD). COD schedule: 2026 - 25 MW (section I), 2027 - 100 MW (section II), 2029 - 100 MW (section III).

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    Technical parameters: Un = 220 kV and 330 kV; Pmax = 225 MW; Storage capacity = 450 MWh; Roundtrip efficiency = 87%
    Sourcing Background: Not applicable
    Eligibility with respect to TEN-E criteria: Yes, Excel file "EVALUATION CRITERIA_storages (DTEK)"

     

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Nominated / eligible 2024 PECI projects

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