Transfer capability improvement through market-based operation of series FACTS devices

  title={Transfer capability improvement through market-based operation of series FACTS devices},
  author={Mostafa Sahraei-Ardakani},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Power Systems},
Traditionally, electric system operators have dispatched generation to minimize total production costs, ignoring the flexibility of the transmission system. Implementation of smart-grid systems could allow operators to co-optimize flexible transmission alongside generation dispatch; the technologies that would enable such co-optimization are still regulated as part of the monopoly transmission system. One particular flexible transmission asset is variable impedance flexible AC transmission… CONTINUE READING
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