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E.ON prepares the power grid for the proliferation of solar systems through new investments

    With the proliferation of renewable energy sources, including solar panel systems, the energy sector is facing unprecedented challenges. As renewable technologies become more widespread, customers can become energy producers themselves. However, to facilitate this process, the required technical conditions must be put in place for connecting increasingly more solar systems to the grid. 

    The Danube InGrid project, cross-border cooperation subsidised by the Connecting Europe Facility of the European Union and, since December 2021, classified as a high-priority investment of public interest and a Project of Common Interest of the European Union, represents a major step towards finding the correct answer to this challenge in the North Transdanubian region.