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Generally Accepted Reliability Principle with Uncertainty Modelling and Through Probabilistic Risk Assessment : Functional Analysis of System Development Process

Bronmo, Geir and Vergnol, Arnaud and Gamov, Nenko and Bukhsh, Waqquas and Bell, Keith and Andreev, Andrey and Zahov, Venzislav and Zahov, Boyko (2015) Generally Accepted Reliability Principle with Uncertainty Modelling and Through Probabilistic Risk Assessment : Functional Analysis of System Development Process. [Report]

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This report gives a functional analysis of the current system development process among European TSOs. System development deals with taking decisions that change transmission capacities either within a TSO’s own system or towards other TSOs systems. Inputs to this report have been gathered from workshops in the GARPUR project and a questionnaire to 10 TSOs that are either part of GARPUR consortium or a member of GARPUR reference group. Despite the limited number of respondents to the questionnaire, the responses are quite representative for European practice since the respondents represent different system sizes, characteristics and control zones within Europe.