Transmission needs across a fully renewable European power system

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Transmission needs across a fully renewable European power system. / Rodríguez, R.A.; Becker, S.; Andresen, G.B.; Heide, Dominik; Greiner, M.

I: Renewable Energy, Bind 63, 01.03.2014, s. 467-476.

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Rodríguez, R.A. ; Becker, S. ; Andresen, G.B. ; Heide, Dominik ; Greiner, M. / Transmission needs across a fully renewable European power system. I: Renewable Energy. 2014 ; Bind 63. s. 467-476.

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