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Projected Costs of Generating Electricity - OECD Nuclear Energy

NUCLEAR ENERGY AGENCY INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY Projected Costs of Generating Electricity 2005 Update

  • Page 3 and 4: Projected Costs of Generating Elect
  • Page 7: Foreword Foreword This report is th
  • Page 10 and 11: Tables Table 2.1 Overview of respon
  • Page 13 and 14: Executive Summary Executive Summary
  • Page 15 and 16: Nuclear generating technologies For
  • Page 17 and 18: Chapter 1 Introduction Chapter 1 Ba
  • Page 19 and 20: Uncertainties in future demand and
  • Page 21 and 22: International Energy Agency The IEA
  • Page 23: series. Appendix 9 summarises the f
  • Page 26 and 27: The costs reported are intended to
  • Page 28 and 29: options for electricity generation
  • Page 30 and 31: Table 2.3 - List of responses 1 Cou
  • Page 32 and 33: Table 2.5 - Gas plant specification
  • Page 34 and 35: Table 2.9 - Combined heat and power
  • Page 37 and 38: Chapter 3 Generation Costs of Coal-
  • Page 39 and 40: Table 3.2 - Specific annual O&M cos
  • Page 41 and 42: USD/MWh 70 60 Figure 3.3 - Levelise
  • Page 43 and 44: Gas prices Table 3.6 summarises gas
  • Page 45 and 46: Nuclear power plants Overnight cons
  • Page 47 and 48: cost of nuclear generated electrici
  • Page 49 and 50: In seven countries for one or more
  • Page 51 and 52: Table 3.10 - Overnight construction
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    Table 3.13 - Projected generation c

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    Chapter 4 Generation Costs of Wind,

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    % 50 40 Figure 4.2 - Capacity facto

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    The availability/capacity factors r

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    The availability/capacity factors r

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    Table 4.5 - Projected generation co

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    Chapter 5 Generation Costs of Combi

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    not the same for an extraction plan

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    Table 5.2 - Levelised costs of elec

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    Chapter 6 Other Generation Technolo

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    Waste incineration and landfill gas

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    Chapter 7 Findings and Conclusions

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    with other technologies is under st

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    those alternatives based on the dat

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    Appendix 1 App. 1 List of Members o

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    Appendix 2 Factors Covered in Repor

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    Table A2.2 - Nuclear plant O&M cost

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    Table A2.5 - Coal-fired plant (incl

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    Table A2.8 - Gas-fired (including C

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    Table A2.11 - Wind plant O&M cost c

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    Overnight Capital Costs: Constructi

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    Appendix 3 Country Statements on Co

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    Figures 2 and 3 give an overview of

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    Figure 5 - Electricity from renewab

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    Belgium Legal and regulatory aspect

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    Bearing in mind that the future dev

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    ● A new emphasis on the transmiss

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    Conventional fossil based power Coa

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    Assumptions regarding calorific val

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    Finland The power sector The total

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    France Summary of the DGEMP study o

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    Figure 3 - Sensitivity of productio

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    €/MWh Figure 6 - Generating costs

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    The aim of the Renewable Energy Sou

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    While the biggest increase of insta

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    Table 8 - Technical and economical

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    Figure 2 - Power generation costs a

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    The most significant changes to the

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    Italy The Italian electricity secto

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    supercritical pressure steam cycle

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    Current status of restructuring The

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    in turn was based on the Eemshaven

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    Portugal Legislative framework Curr

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    Figure 2 Mix of capacity in Portuga

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    The regulated electricity market re

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    Slovak Republic In the Slovak Repub

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    Future of electricity supply The fu

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    Figure 1b - Generation costs at dif

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    Turkey Turkey has been experiencing

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    United Kingdom Introduction This no

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    Table 4 presents projections of cap

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    United States The cost of generatin

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    Appendix 4 Generation Technology Th

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    mechanically separate out the airbo

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    Gas-fired power plants Combined cyc

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    ● Molten carbonate fuel cells: Th

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    The development of advanced reactor

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    The value of the hydro power produc

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    30 years. PV is a form of distribut

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    may be obtained by the process of f

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    References BMWA (Federal Ministry o

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    underlying the results are transpar

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    Appendix 6 Methodologies Incorporat

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    The situation for investors is furt

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    power reduces the value of the powe

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    that if the risk of the project in

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    Probability and with exemption from

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    Values in 10-8 3.0 Figure A6.2 - Di

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    Values in 1O-10 Figure A6.5 - Distr

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    US situation. Other markets, where

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    Figure A7.1 The Carnot engine Figur

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    This equation can be solved. It res

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    Equation (19), in combination with

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    e calculated in case that the machi

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    Appendix 8 Fuel Price Trends and Pr

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    Coal prices International steam-coa

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    Appendix 9 Economic Impacts of Wind

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    The amount of flexibility The abili

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    flexible resources enabling it to h

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    Thereby some of the capacity cost i

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    The high dependency between costs o

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    costs may perfectly be reflecting a

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    The Kyoto Protocol and the European

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    Short-run marginal costs were calcu

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    Figure A10.4 also shows the changes

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    If the CCGT plant’s efficiency ra

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    Figure A10.8 - Comparison between c

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