Happy holidays and all the best for the new year


Together with our partners, we at TSCNET Services can look back on a very successful but also particularly challenging year. Most importantly, hand in hand with the power transmission system operators (TSOs) and in cooperation with the other Regional Security Coordinators (RSCs), the regulatory authorities and the various participants in the energy market, we once again ensured a secure power supply in Europe without a single major power outage. However, this has sometimes required all our knowledge and expertise.

As a company of now 15 TSOs from 12 countries from the Netherlands to Romania and from Denmark to Slovenia, we supported more customers, introduced new services and further improved our existing services in 2018. To this end, we expanded our common infrastructure, developed new tools and programmes and hired and trained new employees. We will continue this course in the coming year.

While most of us can relax and spend some time with their families during the festive season, we would also like to call to mind our colleagues who work in our Operator Room and in the control centres of the TSOs on public holidays and at night – power supply is a 24/7 task. We wish you a very Happy Holiday season and a peaceful and prosperous 2019.

TSCNET Services wishes you a Happy Holiday and a joyful New Year

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Happy holiday wishes


On behalf of everyone at TSCNET Services, we would like to take this opportunity to wish all our customers, partners, and friends a peaceful holiday season filled with joy and laughter. We appreciate working with you and are looking forward to continued success in 2017. We wish you and your families peace, joy and prosperity throughout the coming year!

We also want to spare a thought for those people who will be working to keep things running and to keep others safe, healthy and happy during the festive season – from midwives and nurses to police officers, in hotels, hospitals or fire stations, at public transport, news desks or at one of the control centres of the transmission system operators (TSOs) or at TSCNET. A huge thank you to all of you!


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