The regulator after analyzing the report in light of the performance parameters such as System duration of interruption, System frequency of interruption, Energy not served (ENS), Loss of supply incidents and its financial impact, System Collapses/Splitting, Voltage and Frequency variation violating limits prescribed in PSTR
then makes it public.
In order to encourage safe, efficient and reliable transmission service, NEPRA has framed the Performance Standards (Transmission) Rules 2005 (PSTR
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To this end, we adopted the International Country Risk Guide (ICRG) data, that is, the composite, economic, political, and financial-risk indices, and the advanced PSTR
model to examine the relationship between public debt and economic growth under different country risk environments.
Therefore, the use of these "biocompatible" PD solutions may lead to changes in the intraperitoneal environment with the potential benefits of decreasing the level of intraperitoneal inflammatory burden and improving peritoneal membrane function (i.e., PSTR
In particular, at 30 mmHg a delay in the pSTR
as well as in the trailing edge of the photopic ERG was evident, with little change to the bright flash a-wave or b-wave.
The panel smooth transition regression (PSTR
) model is a fixed effects model of exogenous regressors with two particular characteristics.
extends STR, ATR, and introduces three more Relativities
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Frequency variations violating prescribed limits: NEPRA has prescribed limits for frequency variations under PSTR
. During the reported period, NTDC system frequency varied from 49.32 Hertz to 50.72 Hertz and has violated the prescribed limits 35 times, however, it has shown improvement in comparison to the preceding year.
We thus address this issue employing a panel smooth transition regression (PSTR
) model with fixed effects introduced by Gonzalez, Terasvirta, and van Dijk (2005) and Fouquau, Hurlin, and Rabaud (2008).