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Power Engineering Review, IEEE

Issue 4 • Date April 2000

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  • 2000 winter meeting awards

    Page(s): 26 - 28
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  • 2000 winter meeting review

    Page(s): 29 - 36
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  • What every engineer should know about ethics [Books and Reports]

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  • State estimation in electric power systems [Books and Reports]

    Page(s): 51 - 53
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  • IEC multilingual dictionary CD-ROM [Books and Reports]

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  • Geospatial technology survey [Books and Reports]

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  • IEEE video-on-demand [Books and Reports]

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  • Power engineering letters

    Page(s): 57 - 73
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  • Technical paper abstracts

    Page(s): 74 - 80
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  • Poland and the EU Electricity Directive

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    Poland has entered the preaccession phase of the integration process with the European Union (EU). The Polish electric power sector is proving its capability of meeting the challenges posed by the accession and, in the process, may facilitate unavoidable transformation in other areas of the Polish economy. The currently implemented legislation related to the electric power sector in Poland conforms to the IEM 96/9UEC Directive. As a consequence of Polish electric power sector restructuring, separation of generation, transmission and distribution was introduced in 1990. The generation subsector consists of over 30 generation companies, with a total installed capacity amounting to 34000 MW and with gross annual electricity generation amounting to 142 TWh. The transmission subsector is represented by the Polish Power Grid Company as transmission system operator (TSO) and is preparing itself to play the role of the operator in the balancing market. The focus is on a phased opening of the internal electricity market for internal competition, restructuring and privatization of the electric power sector, and fuel supply sectors View full abstract»

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  • Russia and the EU electricity directive

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    In this paper, the authors argue that, from the technical viewpoint, penetration of the Unified Power System of Russia to the European market causes no radical problems, but that the political atmosphere plays an important role in realizing such plans View full abstract»

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  • France opens its electricity market

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    The author describes how the EU Electricity Directive leaves a great deal of freedom to the member states, and details how the opening of the French market is intended to be progressive and controlled View full abstract»

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  • Interconnections in central Europe and Switzerland

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    Despite not being an EU member, Switzerland is fully integrated in UCPTE activities and has an observer status in the European electric bodies that worked out principal suggestions for handling cross-border and transit exchanges, Switzerland is intensively interconnected at the center of the European power system both in terms of tie-line capacity and cross-border trade. The dominating influence of seasonal variations of hydrological circumstances on Swiss generation, 60% of which is hydropower, is the driving force for power exchanges with its neighboring countries, where mainly thermal power stations are installed. This cross-border trade makes use of the complementary properties of the power generation structures and has substantial mutual benefits. This was the reason why Switzerland became the crystallization point for the interconnection of the European power systems in Laufenburg, when up-to-date major coordination functions are performed at the international level for UCPTE and at the national level for the Swiss transmission system operators View full abstract»

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  • German open access and transmission pricing within the European framework

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    The author examines Germany's open access and transmission pricing policy within the European electricity supply framework and explains how the German government's main reasons for letting market participants jointly define the rules for network access are consistency and flexibility View full abstract»

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  • Overview of the EU electricity directive

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    In this paper, the authors present an overview of the European Union internal electricity market directive, which establishes common standards for the generation, transmission and distribution of electricity View full abstract»

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  • Electric sector restructuring in Italy

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    In this paper, the author describes how Italian electricity supply industry restructuring is moving at a rapid pace, with many generators entering the production sector, a new ISO entrusted with the transmission function and tariffs that will gradually eliminate existing cross-subsidies View full abstract»

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