ENTSO-E Cost and Benefit Analysis Methodology Workshop on Assessing the Future Projects of European Interest on 19 November

Brussels, (PresseBox) - In the preparation of future TYNDPs and the entering into force of the new European Regulation on guidelines for the implementation of European energy infrastructure priorities in 2013, ENTSO-E is inviting all interested parties to participate in the Cost and Benefit Analysis workshop which will be held on 19 November in Brussels at the ENTSO-E premises.

The draft Regulation mandates ENTSO-E (Art. 12) to deliver a cost benefit analysis (CBA) methodology in order to:

- produce a System wide cost benefit analysis (CBA), allowing an assessment of all TYNDP projects in a homogenous way;
- assess all the electricity projects of common interest (PCIs);
- if required, provide information for cost allocation and incentive/grants for the PCIs process.

Through this workshop ENTSO-E aims to create confidence and consensus around the proposed principles among all main stakeholders and to produce and deliver a robust assessment methodology to the European Commission. The workshop's agenda can be accessed here. The workshop will have an interactive nature and will be based on the present CBA draft methodology.

In order to get better acquainted with the already identified pending key issues and questions related to the CBA methodology and to enable lively discussions within the workshop, please read the support material, CBA introduction.

To register for the workshop, all interested stakeholders are requested to submit their participation (by indicating their full name, contact details and organization) to Mrs. Thanh-Thanh Le Thi (Thanh-Thanh.LeThi@entsoe.eu) no later than 12 November, 2012.

Accommodation: a preliminary block booking is available for the hotel Thon, Brussels. If interested, please fill in the hotel reservation form and send it directly to the hotel no later than 26 October, 2012.

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