- Aug 1, 2022 6:38 pm GMT
Connecting the country’s regional grids could ease the strain on the grid to meet summer peak demand. However, operation under different regulators, rules and market structures often limits the connections between regions. On paper, it’s a logical fix, shared power can simply flow across greater distances to provide power where it is most needed. But the challenge to upgrade and build long-range transmission and grid-interconnections is great. Can the country unify its efforts to maintain reliability and is this solution feasible?
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