Billinton Roy

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Dr. Billinton has provided consulting services to virtually all the major Canadian electric power utilities and to many other organizations around the world. Over 100 individual utility courses dealing with power system reliability evaluation have been presented.

Dr. Billinton has authored or co-authored eight books on reliability evaluation and over 775 papers on power system reliability evaluation, economic system operation and power system analysis. Dr. Billinton is a Fellow of the IEEE, the EIC, the United Kingdom Safety and Reliability Society and the Royal Society of Canada. He is also Chairman of the Canadian Electrical Association, Consultative Committee in Outage Statistics and a Professional Engineer in the Province of Saskatchewan.


Publications by the same author

A Practical Application Of The Delphi Method In Maintenance-Targeted Resource Allocation Of Distribution Utilities

Year: 2014
Hits: 331

Adequacy Impacts of Wind and Hydro Coordinated Operation in Power Systems

Year: 2012
Hits: 184

Assessing Transmission System Flexibility Associated With Wind Power Integration Using Well-Being Analysis

Year: 2014
Hits: 267

Operating Risk Considerations In Wind Integrated Power Systems

Year: 2014
Hits: 194

Probabilistic Benefit/Cost Analysis in Transmission System Planning

Year: 2012
Hits: 215

Reliability Evaluation Of Multiple Substations With Distribution Networks

Year: 2014
Hits: 195

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