What will carbon neutrality demand from the power system? What changes will the energy revolution require in the electricity market? What technical challenges will the changes in the structure of electricity generation and consumption pose for the power system? And how can we tackle these challenges while enhancing Finland’s competitiveness?
These questions will be addressed as part of the power system vision, which will be completed in the autumn.
The power system vision is a continuation of Fingrid’s network vision, which was published at the start of last year. The network vision’s scenarios for the future foresee dramatic changes in the current power system. Whereas the network vision focused on analysing the needs for reinforcement, the power system vision aims to clarify the energy sector’s overall status in the energy revolution while also considering the development of the electricity market.
“Working on the vision is one way of engaging in dialogue with customers and stakeholders. We hope the vision attracts plenty of interest and constructive discourse on Finland’s electric future,” says Eveliina Seppälä, Project Manager in charge of the vision work at Fingrid.
Fingrid is asking its stakeholders for their views on the scenarios used for the vision work and the future structure of the electricity market and power system.