The North Atlantic Green Zone (NAGZ) straddles the border of two member states Ireland and Northern Ireland, UK.
The zone is at the forefront in facing the challenges of renewables (RES) integration. The existing installed variable wind capacity is already over 180% peak demand in the region while a remote, exposed location, results in customer interruptions already as high as 201% of the national average in much of the zone.
The NAGZ will overcome technical boundaries and leverage integrated market opportunities through advanced operations facilitated by high speed bidirectional communications.
Increased capacity, access and reliability of networks for all users will be seen through: