Anyone knows how to reduce technical loses (eg. primary distribution line loss)a power system ?

is there an ebook available?

Probably find some info on line but basic loses can be remedied by short runs of quality heavy lines whose connections are clean and solid. New equipment as opposed to older equipment helps with loss, something about the alloys that use to be used and how metals change over time. But length and gage of runs is everything. As with generators, get it as close as possible and use shortest possible heavy gage lines well connected.
- Raise the distribution voltage
- Improve the power factor with capacitors near the load
- Balance the single phase load on three phase circuits
- Increase the primary conductor size

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