An Analytical Approach For Transmission Expansion Planning with Generation Variations

Maneesh Kumar, Raminder Kaur

Abstract


Planning for expanding a power system under different scenarios is one of the major challenge for power engineers hence, it is very important and essential to implement a well-balanced and feasible system over a time horizon under suitable assumptions and available constraints. Transmission expansion planning is one of this task. Here it is important to develop a suitable planning structure. In this paper some analytical approaches have been implemented for specific load condition with variations in generation.

Keywords


Transmission expansion planning (TEP); Renewable energy sources; Power world simulator (PWS); Economic index (Ei); Distributed generation; Central Electricity Authority(CEA)

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.22149/teee.v2i2.111

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