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Nordic Electricity Congestion's Arrangement as a Model for Europe: Physical Constraints or Operators' Opportunity


  • Glanchant, J-M.
  • Pignon, V.


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  • Glanchant, J-M. & Pignon, V., 2003. "Nordic Electricity Congestion's Arrangement as a Model for Europe: Physical Constraints or Operators' Opportunity," Cambridge Working Papers in Economics 0313, Faculty of Economics, University of Cambridge.
  • Handle: RePEc:cam:camdae:0313
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