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Trends in power system development

Trends in power system development

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A typical electricity bulk supply power system consists of central generating stations (supply side) connected to a power transmission system. This bulk supply system is connected to a distribution system comprising a sub -transmission system of primary distribution feeders and secondary circuits (demand side). Distributed energy sources might be connected either to distribution feeders or to secondary circuits.

Chapter Contents:

  • 3.1 Demand side characteristics
  • 3.1.1 Demand response and storage methods
  • 3.1.2 Daily load curve structure
  • 3.2 Supply side characteristics
  • 3.3 Generation expansion planning
  • 3.4 Meeting the load

Inspec keywords: demand side management; distributed power generation; electricity supply industry; power transmission economics

Other keywords: subtransmission system; distribution system; power transmission system; distributed energy sources; primary distribution feeders; secondary circuits; demand side; central generating stations; electricity bulk supply power system; power system development

Subjects: Distributed power generation; Power system management, operation and economics

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