Inter-System Exchanges, Tariffs and Billing
The primary object of interconnected operation of systems is the potential for utilising the available energy in the most economical manner and improving the level of system reliability. The underlying philosophy is that each utility has the primary responsibility of ensuring the highest reliability of power supply to its consumers at the lowest possible cost.
KeywordsPower System Control Area Power Exchange Interconnected System Ancillary Service
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