The transmission grid is helping to ensure interregional solidarity


Electricity generated in the regions not only meets local needs but also helps cover demand in neighbouring areas. The Centre-Val de Loire and Grand-Est regions produce much more than they consume and thus make a great contribution to this interregional solidarity. The regions that rely heavily on electricity imports, such as Ile-de-France, Bourgogne-Franche-Comté and Brittany, know that they will have enough supply to keep up with demand. Most of these exchanges flow over the public transmission grid.

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