In accordance with the ‘Clean Energy for all Europeans’ Package, and more specifically to the Regulation on the internal market for electricity (EU) 2019/943, of 5 June, 2019 repealing Regulation (EC) 714/2009, the European Network of Transmission System Operators for Electricity (ENTSO-E) prepares and drafts, every two years, a ten-year non-binding network development plan (TYNDP) that describes the expected evolution of the European electricity system over the period.
In November 2018, ENTSO-E published its latest ten-year plan that includes an executive report and four regional reports from each of the main corridors defined by the EU. Spain is in the “NSI West Electricity Corridor”.
It also includes a cost/benefit analysis of 166 transportation projects and 15 storage projects that represent a total investment of €114 billion euros through 2030. Meanwhile, the most significant benefits of the projects will be: