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ENTSO-E Report on RCA
To fulfil 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 for 2020. This report distinguishes between legally compliant services and legacy services, both performed by RSCs.
Small steps make big changes
Association "Čep za hendikep" is an original "grassroots" civic initiative which was established in 2012 with a mission to improve the quality of life for people with disabilities and to strive for the realization of the full potential of every person with disabilities using the available resources in the community.
Two new employees in SCC
Due to business development and increase in business volume, SCC Ltd. Belgrade hired 2 new Operational and development engineers: Mrs. Kristina Janošević and Mr. Nikola Bošković.
TEIAS became SCC service user
After successful harmonization of Services agreement for Regional Security Coordination between TEIAS and SCC, Chairman of the Board and General Manager of TEIAS Mr. Orhan Kaldirim and Director of SCC Mr. Duško Tubić have signed Services agreement. TEIAS will procure services from SCC starting from 10th of May 2021
Key Innovator acknowledgement
The Innovation Radar is European Commission's data-driven method focused on the identification of high potential innovations and the key innovators behind them in EU-funded Research and Innovation projects. We are delighted to inform you that SCC was recognized as one of the 'Key Innovators'.
End of ENAS project
SCC together with Schneider Electric DMS NS finalised ENAS project by implementing new tool for operational work called Enterprise Transmission Network Analyzer (eTNA). In eTNA old capabilities are upgraded with new features: European Merging Function (EMF), Remedial Action (RA) module, enhanced Net Transfer Capacity (NTC) module, server-based tool, results stored in database and many more.
TRINITY kick-off meeting
At the beginning of the October 2019, TRINITY consortium officially started its activities with a General Assembly in Brussels (Belgium). More than 40 experts, from 19 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 four years. As discussed in the Assembly, goal of the Project is to develop a set of solutions to enhance cooperation among the transmission system operators of SEE in order to support the integration of the electricity markets in the region, whilst promoting higher penetration of clean energies. This strategic goal will be driven by end-users (5 TSOs, 4 NEMOS, 2 RES Producers and 1 RSC) and will be achieved through the deployment in the region of four independent, but complementary, products: T-Market Coupling Framework; T-Sentinel Toolset; T-RES Control Center and T-Coordination Platform.
Three new employees in SCC
Due to business development and increase in business volume, SCC hired 3 new Operational and development engineers: Mr. Dario Stefan, Mrs. Dušica Drašković and Mr. Predrag Simić
OST became SCC service user
After successful harmonization of Services agreement of Regional Security Coordination between OST and SCC, General Director of OST Mr. Klodian Gradeci and Director of SCC Mr. Duško Tubić signed Services agreement.
Start of ENAS project
At the end of 2016, Western Balkans Investment Framework (WBIF) granted a donation to SCC for the project ‘Technical assistance for South East European Regional Security Coordination Initiative’ - SEE RSCI. This project included technical assistance for improving RSC business processes, upgrade of existing software used for providing RSC services to our users as well as development of new software tools, which included alignment of our operation tool with the RSC requirements defined by the Network codes/Guidelines and ENTSO-E MLAs. After preparatory works and successful tendering procedure, in 2018 Contract for development software and consulting services was signed between SCC and Schneider Electric DMS Novi Sad, thus starting ENAS (Electricity Network Analysing Software) project.
Five new employees in SCC
Due to business development and increase in business volume, SCC hired 5 new Operational and development engineers: Mr. Andrej Tasić, Mr. Filip Aleksić, Mrs. Marijana Marić, Mr. Petar Marković and Mr. Petar Orlić
MEPSO became SCC service user
After successful harmonization of Services agreement of Regional Security Coordination between MEPSO and SCC, General Director of MEPSO Mr. Sašo Vasilevski and Director of SCC Mr. Duško Tubić signed Services agreement. MEPSO will start to procure services from SCC from 1st of March 2018.
ESO became SCC service user
After successful harmonization of Services agreement for Regional Security Coordination between ESO and SCC, ESO CEO Mr. Ivan Yotov and Director of SCC Mr. Duško Tubić have signed Services agreement on October 31st 2017 in Sofia. ESO will procure services from SCC starting from 1st of January 2018.
New employee in SCC
Due to business development and increase in business volume, the need for Head of operational department was created. SCC welcomed Mr. Nikola Đerić, new member of the working team.
IPTO became SCC service user
After successful harmonization of Services agreement for Regional Security Coordination between IPTO and SCC, IPTO CEO Mr. Manousos Manousakis and Director of SCC Mr. Duško Tubić have signed Services agreement. IPTO will procure services from SCC starting from 1st of December 2017.
CROSSBOW kick-off meeting
The CROSSBOW consortium officially started its activities with a General Assembly hosted by the Ministry of Energy and the national Transmission System Operator in Bulgaria (ESO). The opening session counted with the welcome of Bulgarian Minister of Energy Ms. Temenujka Petkova. In total, 77 experts from the 24 entities participating in this international research event 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 four years, targeting the wide adoption of clean energies in South Eastern Europe.
Two new employees in SCC
Due to business development and increase in business volume, SCC hired Operational and development engineer and Business - Technical Assistant, respectively, Mr. Nemanja Stojković and Mrs. Maja Lipjankić.
Visit by NORDIC RSC
It was our pleasure to host NORDIC RSC representatives: Mr. Jens Møller Birkebæk, NORDIC RSC Manager, Mr. Stig Richard Hansen and Mr. Viktor Johansson. SCC shared the knowledge and experience of RSC services with our colleagues.
Two new employees in SCC
In order to improve quality of services and due to increase in business volume including Intra Day Congestion Forecast procedure 3 time per day, as minimally required by Regional Group Continental Europe, SCC hired 2 new Operational and development engineers
Visit by ENTSO-E
The goal of ENTSO-E - SCC meeting was to present SCC's activities and developments plans, to discuss possible way of SCC cooperation with SEE TOSs and involvement of SCC in ENTSO-E activities and projects. This meeting was attended by representatives of Serbian Transmission System Operator “Elektromreža Srbija” (EMS) and energy consultant company “Elektroenergetski koordinacioni centar” (EKC), which is strongly supporting SCC’s development in our first business years.
SCC started operational work
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” in order to fulfil operational planning standards which are defined by European Network Codes/Guidelines. According to this paper, main services that RSCs should provide to TSOs are:
Establishment of SCC
Following the form defined by ENTSO-E’s Policy Paper “Core strategy for TSO Coordination” and European network codes and guidelines, the need to improve mutual cooperation and coordination in the South East Europe (SEE) was first recognized by the Transmission System Operators (TSOs) of Serbia (EMS AD) and Montenegro (CGES AD), as well as by the Independent System Operator (ISO) from Bosnia and Herzegovina (NOSBiH). These 3 national entities established the Security Coordination Centre SCC Ltd. Belgrade on 15 June, 2015. The goal of SCC is to be modernly organised, efficient company, with applied advanced technologies and high-quality professional staff, that performs Regional Security Coordinator (RSC) services, instead of each individual TSO. In that manner, resource savings are achieved and quality of coordination is increased, which is in the spirit of modern European regulations in the field of electricity transmission.