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Written Answers — Department for Energy and Climate Change: Nuclear Power Stations (20 Jul 2015)

Andrea Leadsom: ...for Nuclear Regulation (ONR) is responsible for safety regulation of the UK industry. Independent estimates for DECC suggest that a First of a Kind (FOAK) new nuclear plant is expected to have a levelised cost of between £79-102/MWh with a central estimate of £89/MWh. As nuclear reaches Nth of a Kind (NOAK) status levelised costs are projected to fall to between £67-89/MWh with a...

Written Answers — Department for Energy and Climate Change: Wind Power (7 Jul 2015)

Andrea Leadsom: ...contribution to the UK energy mix in recent years but there is now enough capacity in the pipeline to help the UK to meet its 2020 renewable electricity commitments. DECC publishes estimates of levelised costs of various generation technologies, with projections to 2030. The levelised cost of a particular generation technology is the ratio of the total costs of a generic plant to the total...

Written Answers — Department for Energy and Climate Change: Electricity Generation (23 Jun 2015)

Andrea Leadsom: ...of this investment that relates directly to replacing ageing plants. For DECC’s most recent published estimates of the costs per MWh for a range of generation technologies, please refer to the levelised cost estimates published in the Electricity Generation Costs (December 2013) report which can be found at the link below. https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachm...

Written Answers — Department for Energy and Climate Change: Nuclear Power (9 Jun 2015)

Lord Bourne of Aberystwyth: ...reactors unattractive for landside electricity generation, when compared to a conventional reactor that has been designed specifically for this purpose. All of these are likely to add to the levelised cost of electricity generation from a propulsion reactor used for electricity generation purposes for the national grid, compared to a dedicated land-based reactor. These include the...

Written Answers — Department for Energy and Climate Change: Electricity Generation (23 Mar 2015)

Matthew Hancock: DECC publishes estimates for the levelised costs of electricity generation for different technologies. The most recent estimates are available in the DECC Electricity Generation Costs (December 2013) report, available at: https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachm ent_data/file/269888/131217_Electricity_Generation_costs_rep ort_December_2013_Final.pdf.

Written Answers — Department for Energy and Climate Change: Energy (9 Mar 2015)

Matthew Hancock: DECC’s most recently published figures for levelised costs contains information on the operating duration of selected electricity generation for technologies. These are available in the DECC Electricity Generation Costs (December 2013) report: https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachm ent_data/file/269888/131217_Electricity_Generation_costs_rep ort_December_2013_Final.pdf.

Written Answers — Department for Energy and Climate Change: Energy Supply (4 Mar 2015)

Amber Rudd: DECC’s most recently published figures for levelised costs contains information on the operating duration of selected electricity generation for technologies. These are available in the DECC Electricity Generation Costs (December 2013) report: https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachm ent_data/file/269888/131217_Electricity_Generation_costs_rep ort_December_2013_Final.pdf.

Written Answers — Department for Energy and Climate Change: Power Stations (16 Dec 2014)

Matthew Hancock: Holding answer received on 15 December 2014 DECC’s publishes estimates for the levelised costs of electricity generation for different technologies. The most recent £/MWh estimates are available in the DECC Electricity Generation Costs (December 2013) report, available at: https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachm...

Written Answers — Department for Energy and Climate Change: Nuclear Power Stations (14 Nov 2014)

Tom Greatrex: To ask the Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change, what assessment his Department has made of the forecast levelised costs for nuclear power generation with a date of commission in (a) 2020, (b) 2025, (c) 2030 and (d) 2035.

Written Answers — House of Lords: Electricity Generation (4 Nov 2014)

Baroness Verma: DECC’s most recently published figures for the levelised costs of electricity generation for different technologies are available in the DECC Electricity Generation Costs (December 2013) report: https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachm ent_data/file/269888/131217_Electricity_Generation_costs_rep ort_December_ 2013_Final.pdf Table 1 below is taken from this report, and...

Written Answers — House of Lords: Renewable Energy (4 Nov 2014)

Baroness Verma: Estimates of the levelised costs of electricity generation for different technologies are published by DECC. The levelised cost of a particular generation technology is the ratio of the total costs of a generic plant to the total amount of electricity expected to be generated over the plant’s lifetime (per megawatt hour). Where relevant, estimates of electricity generation make an allowance...

Written Answers — Department for Energy and Climate Change: Renewable Energy (24 Oct 2014)

Matthew Hancock: The levelised cost of onshore wind and large scale solar photovoltaics (solar PV) are expected to fall over time. These estimated cost reductions are reflected in the administrative strike prices for solar PV and onshore wind in the EMR Delivery Plan, which shows support for these technologies falling over the coming years. Under the CfD auction, it is likely that established technologies...

Written Answers — Energy and Climate Change: Wind Power (11 Mar 2014)

Michael Fallon: Although DECC does not specifically hold estimates of the manufacturing costs of onshore and offshore wind, DECC has published levelised costs estimates of various generation technologies on the DECC website since 2010. The levelised cost of a particular generation technology is the ratio of the total costs (including construction and operating costs) of a generic plant to the total amount of...

Written Answers — House of Lords: Energy: Wind Farms (6 Mar 2014)

Baroness Verma: ...£3.8 billion in large-scale onshore wind projects. We do not break those investment announcements down by year DECC’s Electricity Generation Costs (December 2013) report sets out the f/MWh levelised costs of onshore wind generation for various commissioning years: https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachm ent_data/file/269888/131217_ Electricity...

Written Answers — Energy and Climate Change: Wind Power (6 Mar 2014)

Michael Fallon: ...the best available evidence on costs of renewable technologies in the UK; and at a level that remains within the budgetary constraints set through the Levy Control Framework (LCF). DECC publishes levelised costs estimates of various generation technologies. The levelised cost of a particular generation technology is the ratio of the total costs of a generic plant to the total amount of...

Written Answers — House of Lords: Energy: Electricity (21 Jan 2014)

Baroness Verma: ...Market Reform which will provide efficient long term support for all forms of low carbon generation — including nuclear, renewables and Carbon Capture & Storage (CCS). DECC has published levelised costs estimates of various generation technologies on the DECC website since 2010. The levelised cost of a particular generation technology is the ratio of the total costs (including...

Written Answers — Energy and Climate Change: Electricity Generation (14 Jan 2014)

Michael Fallon: DECC has published levelised costs estimates of various generation technologies on the DECC website since 2010. The levelised cost of a particular generation technology is the ratio of the total costs (including construction and operating costs) of a generic plant to the total amount of electricity expected to be generated over the plant's lifetime (per megawatt hour). They do not include...

Written Answers — Energy and Climate Change: Renewable Energy (25 Oct 2013)

Michael Fallon: ...that the technology is low carbon, will make a significant input into decarbonising electricity generation and would support security of supply. It will also be necessary to provide evidence of the levelised costs of the technology to allow a judgment about the level of support required. It will then be for the Secretary of State to decide whether the technology should be added to the mix...

Written Answers — Energy and Climate Change: Energy (24 Oct 2013)

Michael Fallon: DECC has not made an assessment of the cost trajectories of (a) solar PV and (b) nuclear power over the past decade. DECC estimates for levelised costs are forward looking and estimate the cost of future build for various technologies. DECC has published levelised costs since 2010. These can be found on the 'Energy generation cost projections' page of the DECC Website:...

Written Answers — Energy and Climate Change: Renewable Energy (14 Oct 2013)

Gregory Barker: The Department has a strong focus on reducing the cost of renewable technologies. Looking forward, DECC publishes levelised cost estimates of various generation technologies on the DECC website. The levelised cost of a particular generation technology is the ratio of the total cost of a generic plant to the total amount of electricity expected to be generated over the plant’s lifetime (per...


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