German grid regulator begins $59B grid expansion consultation

Aug 10, 2017
Posted by Ken Wallingford

BNetzA, the grid regulator of Germany, has begun a consultation on its 2030 power grid expansion plan, including new transmission lines, and offshore grid connections.

Earlier this year, four national grid operators proposed measures to boost power transmission for major changes to Germany energy infrastructure.

The proposed measures costed up to U.S. $59 billion.

Source: Platts

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