We are primarily tasked with providing power transmission services, system services and facilitating the energy market. Our core tasks follow from our appointment as grid operator under the Dutch 'Elektriciteitswet' (E-wet) and the German 'Energiewirtschaftsgesetz' (EnWG).
Annual peak load and load curve
The load curve in the form of the grid feed-in is the sum total of all feed of grid transfer points, power plants, and distribution networks into the maximum voltage network (network area 1) in the control area of TenneT TSO GmbH.
Maximum voltage network load curve
The load curve in the form of the grid feed-in is the sum total of all feeds of grid transfer points, power plants, and distribution networks into the maximum voltage network (network area 1) in the control area of TenneT TSO GmbH.
To guarantee that everything is as up-to-date as possible, the load curves are published on the following working day. In so doing, the data is made available to the best of TenneT's ability. TenneT TSO GmbH accepts no liability with respect to this data. Claims cannot be asserted against this data, if it is not possible to determine or supply the data for technical reasons.
TenneT reserves the right to effect retroactive changes to the data if this is necessary for correction purposes.
Provisional annual peak load
The annual peak load corresponds to the maximum value of the respective load curve in a calendar year. You can see the annual peak load by selecting "this year" in the date range picker. The minimum and maximum values are marked with an arrow in the curve chart.
Annual peak loads of the years 2004-2020
The annual peak load in the form of the grid feed-in is the maximum total of all feeds of grid transfer points, power plants, and distribution networks into the transmission network in the control area of TenneT at one point in time in one calendar year.
The information for the years up to 2008 was taken over from our legal predecessor, E.ON Netz GmbH.
Annual peak load
23,046 MW on 03.03.2004 at 11.30am
24,926 MW on 25.02.2005 at 11.45am
22,985 MW on 06.11.2006 at 6.00pm
23,286 MW on 12.12.2007 at 6.30pm
22,152 MW on 08.01.2008 at 6.45pm
22,547 MW on 15.12.2009 at 7.00pm
22,798 MW on 12.01.2010 at 6.45pm
22,762 MW on 18.01.2011 at 8.30am
22.239 MW on 08.02.2012 at 06.15pm
22.147 MW on 16.01.2013 at 07.00pm
20.332 MW on 25.02.2014 at 7:00pm
20.992 MW on 07.04.2015 at 10:00pm
21.504 MW on 24.02.2016 at 8:15am
25.934 MW on 05.12.2017 at 5:30pm
|27.037 MW on 26.12.2018 at 7:15pm|
|27.201 MW on 18.03.2019 at 7:45 pm|
|29.322 MW on 04.02.2020 at 8:00 pm|