DA/RE project: first retrievals of redispatch capacities

The Baden-Württemberg grid security initiative "DA/RE" ("DAta exchange/REdispatch") addresses the increasing volatility and decentralisation of power generation. The aim is to stabilise the entire electricity system by utilising the flexibility …

RSC conference 2019 in Copenhagen

To speak of a tradition may be somewhat exaggerated in view of the third Regional Security Coordinator (RSC) Conference, but nevertheless the annual meetings on European transmission security coordination are …

New ploughing technology for cable laying under test

The 380kV line from Wahle in the German federal state of Lower Saxony to Mecklar in the state of Hesse is one of the underground cable pilot projects laid down …

Wind power hub promotes climate goals

It's only been a good three years since TSCNET shareholder TenneT, the Dutch-German transmission system operator (TSO), first presented the concept of a North Sea Wind Power Hub (NSWPH) to …

Michela and Gopi, the newcomers in service operations

TSCNET Services is on course for continued growth in order to meet the increasing demands with more and more services for our customers. In a booming region like Munich, this …

Our Services – for the future of the grid!

Our work is characterised by close and trustful long-term cooperation with our customers to secure an efficient power supply in a synchronised European power transmission grid.

We conduct and moderate congestion forecast procedures for 30 transmission system operators (TSOs) in 27 continental European countries. In addition to the five mandatory services as a Regional Security Coordinator (RSC) for the TSOs of Austria, Croatia, Czechia, Denmark, Germany, Hungary, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, and Switzerland, many TSOs have entrusted us with further tailor-made services meeting the individual requirements of each customer.

TSCNET Services, customer orientation

Digitisation will profoundly change our world. We at TSCNET Services have set out to take advantage of the enormous technological possibilities between Big Data and Smart Grid to secure our electricity transmission networks and integrate energies from renewable sources.