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Reactive management a key to survival in the 1990s

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3 Author(s)
Nedwick, P. ; Virginia Power Co., Richmond, VA, USA ; Mistr, A.F. ; Croasdale, E.B.

Capital constraints, regulatory pressure and increased economy transfers between companies have prompted increased loading of the interconnected transmission and distribution systems. The goal of a Reactive Management Program is to improve the utilization of the interconnected transmission and distribution systems, and provide reliable and low cost service to customers. This paper describes a method to develop a Reactive Management Program. Also included is a description of a system using this philosophy that performed efficiently during an extreme operating condition in June of 1989

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Power Systems, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:10 ,  Issue: 2 )