transmission access

transmission access

[tranz′mish·ən ′ak‚ses]
(electricity)
The use of electric power lines and other power transmitting facilities by parties other than the owners of the lines. Also known as common carriage.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Favorable transmission access and interests in natural gas resources provide the district with flexibility to meet its power supply needs and limit the negative financial effects from variability in hydroelectric generation.
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TCN's Assistant General Manager, Transmission, Enugu Sub-station, Engr Bakare Kazim, who spoke to newsmen said Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi-led administration has set the pace in helping to resolve the issue of transmission access line acquisition which almost stalled the progress of work at the 30MVA injection sub-station in Nsukka, calling on other state governments to emulate this exemplary leadership.
And the Transco would function like a toll road, allowing for uniform transmission access and costs, as well as transmission upgrades.
For example, being able to build on the site of the former coal plant eases the permitting process, and having available working space, transmission access and other infrastructure eases developmental costs.
However, an impartial transmission access system and debottlenecking, alongside the construction of new connections on a regulated basis are essentials in an area where state monopolies are still commonly in place.
Another versatile technology is satellite, which can be rapidly deployed and offers transmission access in remote areas.
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He provides guidance on cybersecurity matters, counsels transmission owners and other market participants on transmission access, pricing and cost allocation issues, has drafted and negotiated power sales, interconnection and transmission service agreements, and advises clients in disputes over power transactions and transmission matters.

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