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The increase in renewable energy generation and the push towards closer electric grid integration in Europe has increased the necessity for both domestic and cross border redispatch in many countries across Europe to solve congestion in the meshed European grid. Recently countries have started implementing phase shift transformers (PST) to reduce the loop flows and control unscheduled flows between countries, which are becoming more frequent. In this paper, the implementation of the Hagenwerder-Mikułowa PST and its impact on redispatch in Germany is explored. Multivariate OLS regression was used for the study, and the results showed that redispatch in Germany had decreased after the implementation of the PST.
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