Optimal power system planning under growing uncertainty
The electrical industry around the world is undergoing an influential evolution with respect to both technology and regulation. Uncertainties in power systems require new methods and new mechanisms for optimal power system planning. This report investigates the uncertainty factors existing in the power systems around the world and how they are considered in system planning. Best practices and lessons learned in planning under growing uncertainty are introduced.
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Study Committee: C1 ?
WG (TF): WG C1.39
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