Antun Andric is at Croatian Transmission System Operator plc., currently as a lead of the market department. Actively participates in the green transition of the power system, mostly through R&D projects, participation in regulation framework creation processes and implementation of the new technologies/processes in the regular TSO operations. He has been a member of various national and international working groups (ENTSO-E Market committee – member, ENTSO-E subgroup Annual report on load- frequency control - convenor, CORE groups, National CIGRE committee C5 – Electricity markets, etc.) and also involved in preparation of many national and international R&D projects (e.g. FP 7 framework, Horizon 2020 framework). In the last period his focus is on balancing market development in Croatia.
Meeting the challenge: Massive variable renewable energy integration in the decade of electrification // EN
The next decade is crucial for the energy sector. There is an immense challenge ahead; dramatically increasing the amount of variable renewable energy sources in an increasingly electrified world. Even sooner is the coming winter. Will resources be sufficient to provide needed generation? What is the future for gas in balancing the grid across Europe? What changes should be expected in the flexibility market, specifically ancillary services, in the coming months?
Joining us will be representatives from Czech Republic (Radek Hartman from ČEPS), Croatia (Antun Andrić from HOPS), Romania (Emanuel Ionita from Transelectrica), and Belgium (Manuel Gálvez from ELIA).