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Electric Load Forecasting: Fundamentals and Best Practices

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Electric Load Forecasting: Fundamentals and Best Practices
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Publisher: OTexts
Number of pages: 306

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Load forecasting is a fundamental business problem of the electric power industry. This book offers the current and future utility load forecasting analysts a comprehensive, useful and up-to-date reference for today's competitive and dynamic environment.

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