Power transmission regulation in a liberalised context: An analysis of innovative solutions in South American markets
Luiz Barroso () and
Utilities Policy, 2015, vol. 33, issue C, 1-9
After decades of reduced need for investment, transmission regulation is increasingly gaining relevance and complexity in liberalised power sectors, mainly due to the need to integrate sometimes distant and large-scale renewable energy sources. We identify the key principles that should be considered at three levels: transmission expansion, remuneration, and cost allocation.
Keywords: Transmission regulation; Transmission tariffs; Cost allocation; Expansion planning; South America (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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