Managing Director of TSCNET

Maik Neubauer

Since Oktober 2017 Maik Neubauer acts as Managing Director of TSCNET Services GmbH, a subsidiary of 14 large Transmission System Operators in Europe and one of the largest Regional Security Coordinators for the European Power Grid. At TSCNET Services he is responsible for Corporate Strategy, Corporate Services, Finance and Information Technology. He represents TSCNET Services in Energy Industry and Business Associations and is Member of the ENTSO-E Digital Committee to guide the further digitalization of the European Transmission Grids with other CTOs and CIOs of the European Transmission System Operators.

Before he joined TSCNET he was Managing Director for the Shell Privat Energy business in Germany and worked many years in international Management Consulting, specialized on Energy- and Financial markets.

Between 2006 and 2010 he acted as Board Member and Chief Operating Officer of the European Energy Exchange AG (EEX) and Chief Risk Officer at the European Commodity Clearing AG in Leipzig where he supported the expansion phase of EEX Group in the international power and gas markets in Europe.

After studies in Computer Sciences, International Management (MBA.) in Edinburgh and International Business Law (MBL.) at the University of St. Gallen he started his career with IBM Global Services where he was responsible for the Global Financial Markets Consulting Business across Europe.

The Company


TSCNET Services is one of Europe’s leading Regional Security Coordinators (RSCs). The company based in Munich, Germany, renders integrated services for power transmission system operators (TSOs) and their control centres to maintain the operational security of electricity system.

The complexity of Europe’s densely interconnected power grid is increasing at an enormous rate – more and more renewable energy, new production and transmission technologies and storage processes, and the predicted rise in e-mobility. New requirements are arising everywhere, but also additional opportunities. Together with our customers and partners, we develop the methods, processes and tools to meet the growing complexity and exploit our chances as  society.

We ensure the efficient use of grid capacities and coordinate countermeasures in the case of imminent bottlenecks or fluctuations in electricity production or consumption. This maximises availability of transmission capacity to market participants and, at the same time, minimises the risks of wide area events, such as brownouts or power failures, in view of the rapidly growing share of renewable energies with their difficult to forecast natural fluctuations. Together with our partners, we make the energy transition possible.



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