Loss of Load Probability

(LOLP)
  A measure of the probability that system demand will exceed capacity during a given period; this period is often expressed as the expected number of days per year over a long period, frequently taken as ten consecutive years. An example of LOLP is one day in ten years.

Energy terms . 2014.

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