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A Review of Current Electric Power Network Expansion Models

Wu, Lei and Lu, Shen and Chen, Yinong (2022): A Review of Current Electric Power Network Expansion Models.

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Electric power transmission expansion planning (TEP), which involves identifying the areas where the existing transmission infrastructure is inadequate, determining the optimal locations and routes for new transmission lines and substations, and evaluating each option in detail. TEP is important for ensuring the reliable and cost-effective delivery of electricity to consumers, and it requires consideration of technical, economic, environmental, and social factors. In this paper, we briefly compare different TEP models, while addressing the advantages and disadvantages of each approach.

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