The European Commission (EC) has adopted Guidelines for trans-European energy infrastructure (TEN-E).
Trans-European networks for transporting electricity and gas are essential for the effective operation of the internal energy market. TEN-E networks also play a crucial role in ensuring the security and diversification of supply. The networks will provide better links between renewable energy production installations and more efficient technologies will promote sustainable development.
Acceptance of the application file – February 2016
Application checklist – February 2016
Planning Inspectorate – April 2015
Article 10(4)(a) Scope of material and level of detail of information to be submitted as part of the application file, and Article 10(4)(b) Detailed schedule for the permit granting process
Planning Inspectorate – February 2015
Approval of the Concept for Public Participation under Article 9(3) of the TEN-E Regulation, on 5 February 2015
Planning Inspectorate – January 2015
Request for modifications to the Concept for Public Participation under Article 9(3) of the TEN-E Regulation, on 14 January 2015
The Planning Inspectorate
Acknowledgement of Article 10(1)(a) Notification of the TEN-E Regulation, dated 6 January 2015
Notification under Article 10(1)(a) of the TEN-E Regulation, dated 1 December 2014
Department of Energy and Climate Change
Delegation of tasks for the National Competent Authority under the TEN-E Regulation EU 347/2013