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2019 54th International Universities Power Engineering Conference (UPEC)
Ireland presents an interesting case study for transmission network strengthening. The majority of load in the country is located at the nation's capital, Dublin, in the East, while most of the new conventional generation and renewable generation are found in the South-West. Power is transferred between the two via a 400 kV network. This leads to large crosscountry power flows. This power distribution disparity is due to increase. A large thermal generating station which is connected to the 400doi:10.1109/upec.2019.8893636 fatcat:4ztiucyrh5d2bkzf6ubjcercim