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Trends of development of power systems in the Czech and Slovak Republic – past, present and future

*Jiří Ptáček
EGÚ Brno, a.s.

Petr Modlitba
EGÚ Brno, a.s.

Milan Straka
Slovenská elektrizačná prenosová sústava, a.s.

Ľuboš Samsely
Slovenská elektrizačná prenosová sústava, a.s.

     Last modified: 2017-05-05

The Power systems of the Czech and Slovak Republic have been developed hand in hand for a long time. After splitting of Czechoslovakia into two independent states, originally common power grids split too. The common basis of both systems determined common starting points and conditions. Independent development of the two grids led to some differences which can be visible in the development strategies as well as in the operation of the power grids. Today we can see common operational rules but also different attitudes and solutions.
The Political goals derived from the EU climate and environment protection regulations have a significant influence on further development of the power systems. It is very interesting to compare the features of external impacts that determine long term development of the power grids.
Common system basis, strong interconnection with high transmission capacity and similarity of both power systems create conditions for further closer cooperation today and in the future. The aim of this article is to briefly compare common starting points of both power systems, to focus on some differences in the present state and to show the differences in the development of both systems taking into consideration common commitment from the EU energy policies.


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