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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2011Application of Innovative Transmission Technologies for the Development of the Future European Power SystemL’ABBATE Angelo; FULLI Gianluca; MIGLIAVACCA Gianluigi; PURVINS ARTURSContributions to Conferences
2013Effects of North-African electricity import on the European and the Italian power systems: a techno-economic analysisBRANCUCCI CARLO; L'ABBATE Angelo; MIGLIAVACCA Gianluigi; CALISTI Roberto; SORANNO Michela; FULLI Gianluca; ALECU ELENA; DE VRIES LaurensArticles in Journals
2012The European research project REALISEGRID: transmission planning issues and methodological approach towards the optimal development of the pan-European systemL'ABBATE Angelo; MIGLIAVACCA Gianluigi; FULLI Gianluca; VERGINE Chiara; SALLATI AlessioContributions to Conferences
2011Evolutions and Challenges towards a Potential Pan-European HVAC/HVDC SuperGridFULLI Gianluca; PURVINS ARTURS; RÜBERG Sven; L’ABBATE Angelo; MIGLIAVACCA GianluigiContributions to Conferences
2010Prospects for the Transmission Planning in Europe Towards a Sustainable Energy Future - the REALISEGRID ProjectMIGLIAVACCA Gianluigi; L'ABBATE Angelo; LOSA Ilaria; GALANT Serge; VAFEAS Athanase; FULLI Gianluca; AUER Hans; GIBESCU Madeleine; CIUPULIGA Ana; JANSEN Kees, et alContributions to Conferences
2010The Role of FACTS and HVDC in the future Pan-European Transmission System DevelopmentL'ABBATE Angelo; MIGLIAVACCA Gianluigi; HÄGER Ulf; REHTANZ Christian; RÜBERG Sven; LOPES FERREIRA HELDER MIGUEL; FULLI Gianluca; PURVINS ARTURSContributions to Conferences
2009Transmission Planning in Europe - from Current Methodologies to a New Systemic ApproachL'ABBATE Angelo; MIGLIAVACCA Gianluigi; FULLI Gianluca; GIBESCU Madeleine; CIUPULIGA AnaContributions to Conferences
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