Objective of long-term plans for technical loss reduction, Electrical Engineering

Objective of Long-Term Plans for Technical Loss Reduction

The primary objectives of strengthening and improvement of sub-transmission and distribution system in the long-term are to:

1. Reliability and ensure quality of supply to the consumers;

2. Bring it down technical losses to an optimal minimum value; and

3. Phase a system expansion for match a growing power demand in the area under study.

A Sub-Transmission and Distribution system have to be properly planned within the long-term to ensure in which the losses are inside acceptable limits.

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