Responsibility for electricity service

Security of the electricity system: the Security Plan for the electricity system included 63 million euro in investments to improve systems that safeguard the transmission service, also in light of the exponential growth of generating plants that use renewable sources.

Among the objectives achieved, the following are notable: the simulation and performance of the first test for restarting from France and the start of a project for congestion and stability control in the Southern Area where the amount of generation distributed from renewal sources is particularly significant.

Monitoring systems: confirmation of ISO/IEC 27001:2005 certification of the TIMM (Integrated Text on the Monitoring of the Electric Market) service, the database that monitors data on the Electric Market also on behalf of the AEEG.

Quality of service: the Company reached and exceeded its performance targets for continuity and quality of electricity service, which it monitors along with the AEEG.

Further information

  • Smart Transmission Solutions
  • Terna's commitment to ENTSO-E in 2012
  • Line inspection by helicopter
  • The “BE.S.T. P.A.T.H.S.” research project, co-financed by the 7th EU Framework Program