Commissioned Papers: Workshop on Power Grid Interconnection in Northeast Asia – May 2001, Beijing, China

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"Commissioned Papers: Workshop on Power Grid Interconnection in Northeast Asia – May 2001, Beijing, China", AESNet, May 01, 2001, https://nautilus.org/aesnet/commissioned-papers-workshop-on-power-grid-interconnection-in-northeast-asia-may-2001-beijing-china/


Commissioned Papers
Ivar Wangensteen The International Perspectives on Power Grid Interconnection 
Felix F. Wu Perspectives on Power Grid Interconnection in Northeast Asia 
Karsten Neuhoff Economic Considerations: An overview & background on power markets and pricing principles, with focus on international trading, institutional considerations for international electricity trade 
David Streets Environmental Considerations Associated with Power Grid Interconnection in Northeast Asia 
Sergei Podkovalnikov National perspectives from the Northeast Asian region: Far East Russia 
D.W. Park National perspectives from the Northeast Asian region: Republic of Korea 
Xiaoxin Zhou National perspectives from the Northeast Asian region: China 
Felix F. Wu Technical Considerations for Power Grid Interconnection in Northeast Asia 
John Bickel Grid Stability and Safety Issues Associated with Nuclear Power Plants 
Peter Hayes Political/Institutional Aspects: Review of political challenges and barriers to regional interconnections; directions for how these barriers may be overcome 
Yasumasa Fujii National perspectives from the NEA region: Japan 
Kyong Nam Ri National perspectives from the NEA region: Democratic People’s Republic of Korea 
Ivar Wangensteen Cross-border trade in Scandinavia 
Ge Weichum Local Perspectives on Power Grid Interconnection in Northeast
Asia: Background and Perspectives from Liaoning Province, China
Fumio Arakawa Power Grid Interconnection in Northeast Asia: Background and Perspectives from the Electric Power Companies in Japan 
Lev A. Koshcheev Basic principles of interstate electrical power links organization in Northeast Asia region 
J.K. Park Power Generation & Stability Issues in the Republic of Korea: Constraints & choices for interconnection of power grids 
David Von Hippel Costs & Benefits of Power Grid Connection 
Hyo-Sun Kim Application of the Kyoto Mechanisms in Power Grid Interconnection in Northeast Asia 
Yoshihiko Sumi International Financing Mechanisms for Regional Grid Interconnections

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