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An uninterrupted flow of current
Electricity is difficult to store. It has to be used as soon as it is generated. RTE is consequently faced with a challenge that affects no other industry: maintaining a constant balance between power supply and demand.
And now, both sides of the scale are changing: on the one side, decentralised generation and the integration of renewable energy sources; on the other side, different ways of consuming. It is becoming increasingly complicated to manage the transmission system.
In order to maintain an uninterrupted supply of electricity, RTE is honing its skills.