Introduction:

In vertically integrated systems the short term electrical network management is performed in an integrated fashion by the monopolist, whereas in those market based, this problem is responsibility of another entity usually called the Transmission System Operator (TSO). The transmission network is the nervous system of any EES and the network management poses very challenging issues. The list of the relevant problems in this field we will describe is as follows:

 

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