EU-SysFlex: Flexibility and System Solutions for Integrating 50% Renewables by 2030

EU-SysFlex stands for ‘Pan-European system with an efficient coordinated use of flexibilities for the integration of a large share of renewables’.
The EU-SysFlex project tests a high level of integration of renewable energy sources in the pan-European system. The aim of the EU-SysFlex project is to identify issues and solutions associated with integrating large-scale renewable energy; provide practical assistance to power system operators across Europe; and identify a long-term roadmap to facilitate the large-scale integration of renewable energy across Europe.
Project activities cover a large part of the innovation process, to bring new solutions to the market: from the development of new approaches for system operation with high renewables, to market design and regulatory requirements, to the integration of new system services and data management.
The project involves 34 organisations from 15 countries across Europe. The consortium includes transmission and distribution system operators, technology providers, manufacturers, universities and research centres.