bridge Horizon 2020: BRIDGE Regulations Working Group Recommendations on Selected Regulatory Issues

Gijs Kreeft, Jonathan Radcliffe, Tracey Crosbie, Grietus Mulder, Alfonso Damiano, Evangelos Karf, Romain Mauger, Andreas Tuerk, Egon Troch, Takis Ktenidis, Pol Olivella-Rosell, Odile Garcon, Aris Dimeas, Leen Peters, Zoran Marinsek, Gregory Jarry, Helena Gerard, Manuel Serrano, Ricardo Prata, Thorsten GrossÍngrid Munné-Collado, Hannes Munzel, Torsten Rendel, Alfonso Damiano, Mihai Paun, Catalin Chimirel, Ricardo André, Christina Papadimitriou, Aleksandra Kronberga, Sophie Dourlens-Quaranta

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BRIDGE is a cooperation group involving Smart-Grid and Energy Storage projects funded under the Horizon 2020 program since 2014. More information about BRIDGE is provided in Annex 1. BRIDGE involves four different Working Groups (WGs). One of them, the WG on Regulations, is addressing cross-cutting regulatory issues about smart grids and energy storage. The projects participating in the Working Group on Regulations are listed in Annex 2. The WG on Regulations has delivered a range of regulatory analyses and recommendations to the European Commission, including some feedback on the Clean Energy Package proposals. In 2018, the WG on Regulations has adopted an issue-oriented approach in order to deliver targeted recommendations addressing specific regulatory issues. The present report presents five key issues, which are illustrative of the Working Group’s activities. For each of the five key issues discussed in this report, recommendations have been formulated by ad-hoc subgroups of the WG on Regulations, coordinated by one or several members of the WG. The full list of authors and contributors is presented in Annex 3.
Original languageEnglish
Commissioning bodyINTENSYS4EU Project
Number of pages28
Publication statusPublished - Aug 2018


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