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conditions and provide appropriate ancillary services to the mainland grid, 3) the operation of the hybrid DC / AC power system for normal and disturbed conditions. This paper gave a comprehensive view of the issues and tasks under progress and to be performed during the project. VI. R EFERENCES [1] Joint Pre-feasibility Study by Energinet.dk, Svenska Kraftnät, Vattenfall Europe Transmission, "An Analysis of Offshore Grid Connection at Kriegers Flak in the Baltic Sea", available at : - feasibility-Report-Final-version.pdf [2] P. Bresesti, R. Calisti, D. Provenzano, A. Vaiani, and B. Zecca, ‘‘Probabilistic model for adequacy evaluation of electric networks with sizeable wind power generation,’’ in Proc. IEEE PES Power Syst. Conf. Expo., Oct. 10--13, 2004, vol. 3, pp. 1324--1328 [3] G. Migliavacca et al., “Prospects for the transmission planning in Europe towards a sustainable energy future: the REALISEGRID project”, accepted at 2010 CIGRE Session, Paris, August 22-27, 2010, paper C1- 105 [4] K.R.W. Bell, D.C. Hill, D. McMillan, F. Li, R.W. Dunn, D.G. Infield and G.W. Ault, “Spatio-Temporal Correlations of Available Wind Power and Impact on Transmission Power Flows”, Paper C1-203, CIGRE Session 2010 , Paris, August 2010. [5] Michel Doquet, “Use of a stochastic process to sample wind power curves in planning studies”, IEEE Power Tech 2007 , Lausanne, 2007. [6] M. Doquet, R. Gonzalez, S. Lepy, E. Momot, F. Verrier, “A new tool for adequacy reporting of electric systems: ANTARES”, Paper C1-305, CIGRE 2008 Session , Paris, August 2008. [7] Michael P. Bahrman and Brian K. Johnson, “The ABCs of HVDC Transmission Technology”, IEEE Power & Energy Magazine March/April 2007 Vol. 5 No. 2
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