Distributed Energy and
In Poland, FID projects improve the situation:
However, some infrastructure limitations remain preventing Poland to fully mitigate their exposure to demand curtailment.
In Greece, FID projects fully mitigate the risk of demand curtailment in Global Ambition and increase its remaining flexibility in Distributed Energy.
FID projects do not improve the situation in Northern Ireland and North Macedonia.
Furthermore, in Denmark and Sweden, the situation deteriorates following the partial decommissioning of a compressor station reducing the capacity between Germany and Denmark. Therefore, in 2030 Denmark and Sweden are exposed to 32 % demand curtailment in Global Ambition.
Despite the development of renewable gases, the additional production in Denmark and Sweden cannot fully compensate for the reduction in capacity at the German – Danish border, even in Distributed Energy scenario. See Figures 3.10 and 3.11.
Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and North Macedonia are facing the same infrastructure limitations as in National Trends scenario.