Impact of developments on market players

Impact of developments on market players

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This chapter discusses the impact of developments on the market players and the initiatives made by regulators to influence the changes in the interests of consumers. As the capacity of intermittent wind generation is increased, the utilisation of conventional generation decreases leading to closures and reduced margins and security.

Chapter Contents:

  • 3.1 Introduction
  • 3.2 Impact on generation utilisation
  • 3.3 The impact on generation companies
  • 3.4 Active distribution networks
  • 3.5 Transmission utilisation
  • 3.6 Low carbon generation funding
  • 3.7 Impact on consumers of subsidies
  • 3.8 Total subsidy costs 2030
  • 3.9 Impact on technology type
  • 3.10 Security of supply
  • 3.11 Conclusions

Inspec keywords: wind power plants; power generation economics; power markets

Other keywords: conventional generation utilisation; market players; intermittent wind generation

Subjects: Power system management, operation and economics; Wind power plants

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