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Written Answers — Energy and Climate Change: Electricity Generation: Costs (3 May 2011)

Kerry McCarthy: To ask the Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change what estimate his Department has made of the levelised cost of each electricity generating technology; and what modelling assumptions were made in reaching this figure.

Written Answers — Energy and Climate Change: Renewable Energy: Feed-in Tariffs (26 Apr 2011)

Gregory Barker: ...Conditions of Electricity Supply Licences states that a FITs Supplier must "make FIT payments no less than quarterly, except insofar as otherwise agreed in the Statement of FITs Terms." However the levelisation process is undertaken by Ofgem on a quarterly basis. Ofgem is currently reviewing responses to a recently concluded consultation on guidance for suppliers which included a question...

Written Answers — Energy and Climate Change: Renewable Energy: Feed-in Tariffs (26 Apr 2011)

Gregory Barker: Ofgem does not make feed-in tariffs (FITs) payments; this obligation is on the electricity suppliers. In deciding on the frequency with which levelisation is carried out, a balance has to be struck between the cost of administering the scheme and the benefits of a frequent levelisation process.

Written Answers — Energy and Climate Change: Electricity Generation (17 Mar 2011)

Gregory Barker: ..., by Mott MacDonald. DECC is currently undertaking an update of these cost estimates which will include the same level of detail. The following table is taken from Mott MacDonald (2010) and gives levelised cost estimates (average generation cost per megawatt-hour) for new build plants in the main large-scale electricity generation technologies in the UK, including both fossil fuel and low...

Written Answers — Energy and Climate Change: Electricity Generation (17 Mar 2011)

Charles Hendry: The table is taken from Mott MacDonald (2010) and gives levelised cost estimates (average generation cost per megawatt-hour) for new build coal and biomass plants. The Mott MacDonald report gives the cost estimates for the main large-scale electricity generation technologies in the UK, including both fossil fuel and low carbon plant, at current engineering, procurement and construction (EPC)...

Written Answers — House of Lords: Energy: Prices (17 Mar 2011)

Lord Marland: The table below is taken from Mott Macdonald (2010) and gives levelised cost estimates (average generation cost per megawatt-hour) for new build plants in the main large-scale electricity generation technologies in the UK, including both fossil fuel and low carbon plant, at current engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract prices. It should be noted that for the purposes of...

Written Answers — Energy and Climate Change: Feed-in Tariffs (9 Mar 2011)

Gregory Barker: This information is not currently available in the form requested. However, Ofgem has published data from the quarterly levelisation process which show a total of £2,686,712.55 paid for all technologies up to 30 September 2010. Levelisation data can be viewed at: www.ofgem.gov.uk/Sustainability/Environment/fits/Levelisatio n/Pages/Levelisation.aspx Levelisation data for 1 October to 31...

Written Answers — Energy and Climate Change: Energy Generation Infrastructure (8 Mar 2011)

Charles Hendry: ...a result of these policies in 2020 is estimated to be: GWh Low High Electricity -1596.572058 -2416.833186 Gas -16756.07948 -25286.44071 Fuel oil -751.383933 -1134.51274 Levelised cost estimates from Mott Macdonald (2010) that give average generation cost per megawatt-hour for new build plants, in the main large-scale electricity generation technologies, in the...

Written Answers — Energy and Climate Change: Solar Power: Feed-in Tariffs (28 Feb 2011)

Gregory Barker: This information is not currently available in the form requested. However, Ofgem have published data from the quarterly levelisation process which shows a total of £2,686,712.55 paid for all technologies up to 30 September 2010. Levelisation data can be viewed at: http://www.ofgem.gov.uk/Sustainability/Environment/fits/Leve lisation/Pages/Levelisation.aspx Levelisation data for 1 October...

Written Answers — Energy and Climate Change: Renewable Energy: Feed-in Tariffs (9 Feb 2011)

Charles Hendry: This information is not available within the Department until the end of year FITs Report is received from Ofgem. However, Ofgem have published data from the quarterly levelisation process up to 30 September 2010 which can be viewed at: http://www.ofgem.gov.uk/Sustainability/Environment/fits/Leve lisation/Pages/Levelisation.aspx

Written Answers — Energy and Climate Change: Wind Power: Coastal Areas (18 Nov 2010)

Charles Hendry: ...and emerging renewable energy technology. We are aware of one in the world-in Norway-so cost estimates are highly uncertain. A recent study on behalf of the Offshore Valuation Group(1) indicates a levelised cost in the range of £120 to £201/MWh for floating offshore wind turbines in 2015. By 2045, it predicts that costs will reduce to £66 to £116/MWh. For fixed offshore wind, the same...

Written Answers — Energy and Climate Change: Electricity Generation (10 Nov 2010)

Gregory Barker: The following table is taken from Mott Macdonald (2010) and gives levelised cost estimates (average generation cost per megawatt-hour) for new build plants in the main large-scale electricity generation technologies in the UK, including both fossil fuel and low carbon plant, at current engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract prices. It should be noted that for the purposes of...

Written Answers — Energy and Climate Change: Wind Power: Cost-effectiveness (10 Nov 2010)

Charles Hendry: The following table is taken from Mott Macdonald (2010) and gives levelised cost estimates (average generation cost per megawatt-hour) for new build plants in the main large-scale electricity generation technologies in the UK, including onshore wind, offshore wind and nuclear, at current engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract prices. Table 1: Mott Macdonald (2010)...

Written Answers — Energy and Climate Change: Electricity Generation (8 Nov 2010)

Charles Hendry: The following tables are taken from Mott Macdonald (2010) and give levelised cost estimates (average generation cost per megawatt-hour) for new build plants in the main large-scale electricity generation technologies in the UK, including onshore wind, offshore wind and nuclear, at current engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract prices. Where technologies are emerging, costs...

Written Answers — Energy and Climate Change: Renewable Energy (8 Nov 2010)

Charles Hendry: ...nuclear). No assessment was made of the potential cost of Severn tidal power to the public purse, as the study did not propose a funding or delivery mechanism. The feasibility study also calculated levelised generation costs for five potential Severn power schemes. These can be compared to recent estimates of levelised costs for onshore wind to give an indication of the relative cost of...

Written Answers — Energy and Climate Change: Wind and Nuclear Power (4 Nov 2010)

Charles Hendry: The table, which will be placed in the Library, is taken from Mott Macdonald (2010) and gives levelised cost estimates (average generation cost per megawatt-hour) for new build plants in the main large-scale electricity generation technologies in the UK, including onshore wind, offshore wind and nuclear, at current engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract prices, and is...

Written Answers — Energy and Climate Change: Wind Power (6 Sep 2010)

Charles Hendry: ...of UK Energy Statistics 2010 reports that in 2009 7.6 TWh of electricity was generated by onshore wind and 1.7 TWh by offshore wind. The following tables are taken from Mott Macdonald (2010) and give levelised cost estimates (average generation cost per megawatt-hour) for new build plants in the main large-scale electricity generation technologies in the UK, at current engineering,...

Written Answers — Energy and Climate Change: Wind Power (30 Mar 2010)

David Kidney: The usual approach of assessing the effectiveness of different electricity generation technologies is to use the levelised cost of generating one megawatt hour (MWh) of electricity. The analysis underpinning Renewable Energy Strategy, published in July 2009, used assumptions on the generating costs and wider impacts of wind generation. Full details of which are set out in Element (2009) and...

Written Answers — Energy and Climate Change: Electricity (9 Mar 2010)

David Kidney: ...of different renewable electricity generation technologies, full details of which are set out in Element (2009) and Redpoint/Trilemma (2009), which are available on the DECC website. Table 1: Levelised cost estimates for renewable generation plant Technology Levelised cost (£/MWh) Wind generation plant Onshore wind 74-103 Offshore wind 112-131 Biomass...

Written Answers — Energy and Climate Change: Electricity Generation (9 Mar 2010)

Charles Hendry: ...Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change pursuant to the answer of 2 December 2009, Official Report, columns 818-19W, on electricity generation: costs, if he will include in the estimated levelised costs associated with 1MW of electricity generated the level of subsidy provided for each different generating technology.


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