On 14th December 2017 we organised a BISEPS cross border task force on the topic of electricity sharing among companies. Electricity sharing is an important element of the BISEPS approach towards the creation of energy synergies in business clusters, but there is still a lot of uncertainty about the do’s and don’ts for electricity sharing in the different Interreg 2 Seas countries (France, the UK, the Netherlands and Belgium).
The meeting in GreenBridge, Ostend (Belgium) was a great success with 30 experts, from the four countries, present. After the interesting presentations, we had a long and fruitfull debate on the topic. The ideas from this debate will be used to formulate policy recommendations on electricity sharing among companies.
The presentations aimed to provide clarification on the legal frameworks in the different ) concerning electricity sharing. To support the discussion two different tools, among which the BISEPS tool, was presented.
You find the presentations here:
Project introduction | Dominiek Vandewiele, Leiedal, leadpartner BISEPS
Electricity sharing in the UK | Sam Do, UK Power Networks
Electricity sharing in France |Audrey Lassaire, Enedis & Alexandre Peauvert, cd2e
Electricity sharing in the Netherlands | Evert Vrins, consultant
Electricity sharing in Belgium | Sven Van den Bosch, Eandis & Thierry Van Craenenbroeck (presentation confidential)
BISEPS PV tool | Hendrik Vermeersch, Ghent University
PV Tool Platform Breda | Evert Vrins, consultant
District Heating Network, Oostende | Frederik Madou, Beauvent
You find the full report from the expert meeting here.
You find the conclusions from the expert meeting here.
You find the policy recommendations, based on the expert meeting, here.