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Glossary

TLAFs (Transmission Loss Adjustment Factors)

abbrev. Transmission Loss Adjustment Factors: TLAFs

Losses are incurred on the transmission system as electricity is transported from generators to the transmission / distribution interface.  In settlement (i.e the calculation of end payments to the generator), the transmission losses are allocated to generators (including generators embedded in the distribution system), using Transmission Loss Adjustment Factors (TLAFs).  Some generators are responsible for proportionally more transmission losses than others, depending on their point of connection to the grid.  For this reason, TLAFs are site specific. For more about TLAFs you can view the EirGrid website here

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