Terna prepares plans for investment in grid development in order to keep it in step with changes in production and consumption and increase its efficiency.

The work that Terna plans and carries out has positive effects for society. In effect, the condition for carrying it out is that the economic benefit that it generates must be greater than its cost.

Every year Terna has a Developmenti Plan with the work scheduled for the next 10 years and the progress made on the work planned in past years.

Since 2008, Terna has subjected the Development Plan to the Strategic Environmental Assessment procedure, in accordance with the provisions of EU Directive no. 42/2001.

Approved by the Board of Directors in December 2009, the 2010-2019 Plan was sent to the Ministry for Economic Development and is currently (March 2010) in the consultation stage of the SEA procedure. In order to find out what the main stakeholder expectations are, the Plan had previously been submitted – in accordance with the instructions of the Antitrust Authority, for examination by the Grid User Consultation Committee, which expressed a favourable opinion.

 

MAIN WORKS CONTAINED IN THE 2010 DEVELOPMENT PLAN

MAIN WORKS CONTAINED IN THE 2010 DEVELOPMENT PLAN