What is the Grid Code?
The grid code, also known as the transmission code in some countries, is the set of rules a transmission system operator (TSO) uses to define conditions for accessing the electricity grid. Depending on the country, the distribution system operator (DSO) fixes rules for the electricity grid at the low-voltage or distribution level separately in the distribution code.
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