In response to the call ENERGY.2012.7.2.1, the objective of e-Highway2050 was to develop a top-down planning methodology to provide the first version of a modular and robust expansion plan for the Pan-European Transmission Network from 2020 to 2050, in line with the pillars of European energy policy.
The project was aimed at developing a methodology to support the planning of the Pan-European Transmission Network focusing on 2020 to 2050, to ensure the reliable delivery of renewable electricity and Pan-European market integration.
1st September 2012 to 31st December 2015
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Brunel Interdisciplinary Power Systems - Power systems analysis for transmission and distribution networks, smart grids; congestion monitoring in transmission networks; simulation and analysis of new energy markets; optimisation of the design and operation of electrical networks; condition monitoring of power station and power system plant; energy-efficient designs for underground electric power cables.
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