Security Coordination Centre SCC Ltd. Belgrade is a modernly organized, efficient company, with applied advanced technologies and qualified professional staff, and as such represents the key actor in enabling Transmission System Operator’s (TSOs) coordination in South East Europe to tackle the new challenges in operational planning processes. SCC is Regional Security Coordinator (RSC) - a regional company that is owned by their service users, the TSOs. RSCs are recognised by EU law in mid-2017, when the System Operation Guideline, one of the EU network codes, was implemented.
SCC’s main objective is to fully develop necessary RSC services defined by ENTSO-E’s (European Network of Transmission System Operators for Electricity) Policy Paper “Future TSO Coordination for Europe” and by “Multilateral Agreement on Participation in Regional Security Coordination Initiatives” (RSCI MLA) in order to fulfil operational planning standards which are defined by European Network Codes/Guidelines (NC/GL).
Modern management of the company, especially regional company that receives and process confidential information from TSOs, requires design and implementation of Information Security Management System (ISMS). ISMS of SCC has been assessed and found to meet the requirements of ISO/IEC 27001:2013 standard. Certificate was given by SN Registrars (Holdings) Ltd. and remains valid subject to satisfactory Surveillance audits and Re-certification audit due before 19 August, 2025.
Founded as a regional company, SCC’s main objective is to develop necessary services defined by ENTSO-E’s Policy Paper “Future TSO Coordination for Europe” and by ENTSO-E MLAs related to RSCs in order to fulfil operational planning standards which are defined by European Network Codes/Guidelines.
SCC currently has 6 service users: EMS (TSO from Republic of Serbia), CGES (TSO from Montenegro), NOSBiH (ISO from Bosnia and Herzegovina, MEPSO (TSO from North Macedonia), OST (TSO from Albania) and TEIAŞ (TSO from Türkiye).
Main task of SCC engineers is to daily perform RSC operational procedures for its TSO service users. Additionally, SCC engineers are involved in many ENTSO-E project groups related to RSC business, where they contribute to the process of RSC functionalities development and implementation.
Majority of SCC’s employees started their carrier in our company. Full of enthusiasm and energy, highly educated and ready to “roll up their sleeves”, these millennials manage to fight with all business obstacles and to provide company’s growth. Around 50% of SCC’s employees are young professionals with less then 5 years of experience.
36th CIGRE Serbia conference was held in the period 22nd – 26th May 2023, in Zlatibor. SCC participated with the paper “Usage of T-COORDINATION platform in the processes of coordinated security analysis and coordinated capacity calculation”, describing parts of development within TRINITY project.
Every year, the Regional Coordination Conference brings together leading experts from the industry, associations, EU institutions, regulatory authorities, the academic world and the Member States to debate on developments and challenges related to TSO regional coordination and the European power system in general.
At the beginning of the October 2022, R2D2 consortium officially started its activities with a General Assembly in Valencia (Spain). More than 40 experts, from 17 European entities participating in this international research effort, met during two days in different workshops and sessions in order to define the demonstration activities that will be run by the project during the next three years.
Due to business development and increase in business volume, SCC Ltd. Belgrade hired 2 new Operational and development engineers: Mrs. Bojana Stevanović and Mr. Branko Radičević.
To fulfill the obligations from Art. 17 of the Regulation (EU) 2017 / 1485 on establishing a guideline on electricity transmission system operation, ENTSO-E publishes annual report on Regional Coordination Assessment. This report distinguishes between legally compliant services and legacy services, both performed by RSCs/RCCs.