Asynchronous interconnection of the proposed East Africa Power Pool (EAPP)

@article{Musau2017AsynchronousIO,
  title={Asynchronous interconnection of the proposed East Africa Power Pool (EAPP)},
  author={Moses Peter Musau and Nicodemus Abungu Odero and Cyrus Wabuge Wekesa},
  journal={2017 IEEE PES PowerAfrica},
  year={2017},
  pages={7-11}
}
East Africa Power Pool (EAPP) is a proposed regional interconnection for centralizing energy resources and facilitating power wheeling between the Eastern Africa geographical areas. Synchronous tie lines have been used in the established interconnections so far. However, asynchronous interconnection is preferred since there high Renewable Energy (RE) penetration in the EAPP. HVDC technology, particularly multi terminal DC (MTDC) is a good example of such links as it provides loose coupling… CONTINUE READING
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