About Terna

History

Terna – Rete Elettrica Nazionale S.p.A. – has been an essential industrial reality for years, among the leading players of the national energy scenario. On November 1, 2005 the unification of the ownership and management of the National Transmission Grid became effective headed by Terna, as part of the liberalisation process of the electricity market that included the privatisation of the grid ownership and the establishment of many different market competitors in Italy and abroad.

The Company

Terna is a leading grid operator for the transmission of electricity, chaired by Chairman Luigi Roth, and headed by CEO Flavio Cattaneo. With over 60,000 km of power lines, Terna is the main owner of the high-voltage National Transmission Grid, first in Europe among independent grid operators and seventh in the world. It is responsible for safely transmitting and managing the national electricity flows 365 days a year, 24 hours a day, guaranteeing the balance between electricity demand and supply.

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