Power Transfer Distribution Factor definition

Power Transfer Distribution Factor or “PTDF” shall mean a measure of the responsiveness or change in electrical loadings on Transmission Facilities due to a change in electric power transfer from one area to another, expressed in percent (up to 100%) of the change in power transfer in the pre-contingency configuration of a system under study.
Power Transfer Distribution Factor means the variation of the flow in one critical network element with a change of 1MW in cross-zonal power exchanges of the bidding-zone border considered;
Power Transfer Distribution Factor means a representation of the physical flow on a critical network element induced by the variation of the net position of a bidding zone;

Examples of Power Transfer Distribution Factor in a sentence

  • Power Transfer Distribution Factor (PTDF) - A measure of the impact of a power transfer transaction on a Flowgate.


More Definitions of Power Transfer Distribution Factor

Power Transfer Distribution Factor or “PTDF” shall mean a measure of the responsiveness or change in electrical loadings on Transmission Facilities due to a change in electric power transfer from one area to another, expressed in percent (up to 100%) of the change in power transfer in the pre‐contingency configuration of a system under study.

Related to Power Transfer Distribution Factor

  • Certificate Distribution Amount means, as of any Payment Date, the amount being distributed to the Trust Certificateholders on such Payment Date.

  • Pre-Distribution Period means any Tax Period ending on or before the Distribution Date, and, in the case of any Straddle Period, the portion of such Straddle Period ending on the Distribution Date.