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The Future of Power Transmission

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3 Author(s)
Stanley H. Horowitz ; Former consulting electrical engineer at AEP and former editor-in-chief of IEEE Computer Applications in Power magazine ; Arun G. Phadke ; Bruce A. Renz

This paper discusses the future of power transmission in U.S. The revolution in distribution must be accompanied by the continued evolution of the transmission system. It is to find the political alignment that is needed to accept the vision and move forward aggressively. For transmission, that means recognizing that new lines, not just better lines, will be needed. United States has allowed fragmented responsibility for transmission additions to slow the process to an unacceptable extent.

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IEEE Power and Energy Magazine  (Volume:8 ,  Issue: 2 )