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Reliable transmission expansion planning is critical to power systems' development. To make reliable and sustainable transmission expansion plans, numerous sources of uncertainty including demand, generation capacity, and fuel cost must be taken into consideration in both spatial and temporal dimensions. This paper presents a new approach to selecting a small number of high-quality scenarios for transmission expansion. The Kantorovich distance of social welfare distributions was used to assessdoi:10.3390/en13051203 fatcat:yfhwgmemabbnzjibnq6svvxp7i