A Study on the Relationship Between Taipower’s Manpowe and Expenditure and Its Transmission Line Accidentsr
Cherng G. Ding
|關鍵字:||輸電線路;迴歸分析;Transmission Line;Regression Analysis|
Power supply has been playing an important role in the development of Taiwan’s industry; no matter it is traditional industry or hi-tech industry. In view of the fact that high-tech industry requires sufficient power supply and stable power quality, quality power service tends to be especially emphasized by the high-tech industry at present and in the time to come. Over the past years, Taipower’s transmission lines have been increasing; on the other hand, the government has been promoting manpower downsizing policy. Did this manpower downsizing policy cause the going up of Taipower’s transmission line accidents? In the process of enhancing competitiveness and cutting cost, did Taipower’s yearly expenditure imposed on the maintenance of transmission lines reach expected meaningful results? The study starts with a review of literatures and interview with scholars and experts, and followed by information analysis on Taipower’s transmission line accident records. A case study method is adopted to find out the relationship between manpower and expenditure and transmission line accidents, using regression analysis in the categories of both average maintenance quantity of office and site people, maintenance cost, contracted construction cost, average age, level of education (college level). It is hoped that through the findings of this study can benefit to the performance of transmission system of Taipower. The findings indicate that maintenance expenditure has immediate relation with transmission line accidents. The more expenditure was imposed on, the less line accidents occurred because of betterment of maintenance.
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