Justification of Effectiveness of International Power Interconnections with Separation of Effects between Participants
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We consider the methodology and describe the tools needed for a system study of the effectiveness of the development of international power links and the interconnections that are formed as a result, in particular from the point of view of the countries included in them. We give examples where we justify the effectiveness of an international interconnection in the Northeast Asia region.
Keywordsinternational electrical links and interconnections methodology effectiveness mathematical models dual estimates
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