Planning to manage power interruption events

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Abstract

This article describes the motivation for the work and its focus on measures to limit the impact of major unreliability events rather than their prevention. It briefly addresses various
themes: review of past major unreliability events and their common features, justification of investment in defence measures, a new understanding of “security” and coordination of
aspects of power system planning and operation.
LanguageEnglish
Article number433
JournalElectra
Issue number252
Publication statusPublished - Oct 2010

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Keywords

  • power interuption
  • managing power
  • unreliability events
  • defence measures

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