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Our goal is to have as much as possible an open relation with other expertise groups, in order to objectively gain insight in and disseminate bi-directionally relevant information about power-to-gas.

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Alliander
Alliander
The business units of Liander and Liandon make up the network company Alliander whose staff of around 6,000 are responsible for energy distribution in large areas of the Netherlands. In addition, we at Alliander are the specialists when it comes to complex private energy grids and installations.
DNV GL
DNV GL
DNV GL is the leading technical advisor to the global oil and gas industry, working with the sector to enable safe, reliable and enhanced performance in projects and operations. Through world-class technical assurance, advisory and risk management services, DNV GL helps customers to perform on time and to budget, even in the most demanding environments.
Edison - EDF
Edison - EDF
Edison is Europe’s oldest energy company, and one of the industry leaders in Italy and Europe. Today we operate in 10 countries around the world and have a staff over 3,000 people [12.31.2015] in our two main areas of business: electric power and hydrocarbons exploration and production (natural gas and crude oil). Since 2012 it has been part of EDF (Electricité de France) group, which holds 99.483% of the shares.
Energinet.dk
Energinet.dk
Energinet.dk serves the interests of society and owns the energy 'motorways'. Energinet.dk is responsible for supplying Denmark with electricity and natural gas, ensuring fair competition and promoting green energy solutions.
Fluxys Belgium
Fluxys Belgium
Fluxys Belgium is the independent operator of both the natural gas transmission grid and storage infrastructure in Belgium. The company also operates the Zeebrugge LNG terminal. Driven by our first-mover approach, we have developed our infrastructure into the veritable crossroads for international gas flows in North Western Europe.
Gas Networks Ireland
Gas Networks Ireland
Gas Networks Ireland is part of Ervia. Their core purpose is to ensure that over 673,000 homes and businesses receive a safe, efficient and secure supply of natural gas, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. They own, operate, build and maintain the natural gas network in Ireland and connect all customers to the network.
Gasunie
Gasunie
N.V. Nederlands Gasunie is a European gas infrastructure company. We provide the transport of natural gas and green gas in the Netherlands and the Northern part of Germany.
Gaz-system
Gaz-system
Gas Transmission Operator GAZ-SYSTEM S.A. is a strategic company for Poland’s economy and energy security. GAZ-SYSTEM’s key task is the transport of gas via the transmission network throughout the country to supply with gas the distribution networks and final customers connected to the transmission system.
GERG
GERG
The European Gas Research Group (GERG), was founded in 1961 to strengthen the Gas Industry within the European Community by promoting effective, gas-related Research & Development
GRTgaz
GRTgaz
GRTgaz has about 3,000 employees and services most of France, maintaining and developing the major part of the high-pressure natural gas transportation grid in France (32 056 km). GRTgaz delivers the gas it receives from its shipping customers to nearly 4,500 points of consumption in France as well as to the transmission networks of its European neighbors.
MicrobEnergy
MicrobEnergy
MicrobEnergy GmbH - Specialist for methanation. MicrobEnergy GmbH, part of the Viessmann Group, develops and distributes microbiological products and system components. In addition, the company specializes in process control and optimization of biological systems.
Ontras
Ontras
ONTRAS Gastransport GmbH is a national gas transmission system operator in the European gas transport system based in Leipzig. ONTRAS operates Germany's second-largest gas transmission system, with approximately 7,000 km of pipelines and about 450 interconnection points, to ensure the seamless transport of natural gas to our customers. To do so, we link the interests of transport customers, dealers, regional network operators and producers of regenerative gases.
Swedegas
Swedegas
Swedegas – the hub of the gas market Swedegas owns and operates the gas grid in Sweden, which extends from Dragör in Denmark to Stenungsund in Sweden. Each year, Swedegas transports energy equivalent to 15 TWh to distributors and customers with direct links. The gas grid supplies natural gas to 33 municipal areas and several combined heat and power plants. Natural gas is also used in 37,000 households and in the transport sector. Swedegas is the hub of the gas market. We assume full responsibility for the long-term development of the gas grid and for ensuring the market has safe, effective and assured access to gas