»And if that wasn’t enough there’s all this to contend with too! Retail market review Smart metering TransmiT The Green Deal Smart Grids Cash-out review EU developments »What’s missing? The what (2) Demand side
The when 2050 - Reduce greenhouse gas emissions by at least 80% Spring 2011 – White Paper on EMR proposals 2020 – Replace 25% of existing capacity 2020 – 30% of electricity from renewable sources
»21 June 2011 – still no White Paper but what’s happened since? Are we still on track?
»Best estimate is that £200bn investment is needed in new plant and infrastructure but how much will EMR cost? »Regulatory impact assessment – indicative costs and benefits * 20 year time period How much will it cost? Costs* (range)Benefits* (range) Packages£24bn - £27.3bn£20bn - £20.4bn Security of supply£ 1.27bn- £ 1.98bn£808m - £929m Decarbonisation£16.6bn - £24.1bn£9.9bn - £20.2bn
Who pays? Not the Government Generators and Suppliers Taxpayers Consumers
»‘Buy in’ »Legislation (GB and EU) »Licences – obligations »Who sets prices (CfDs, auctions) – new Government bodies? »Procurements – service providers »Commercial contracts – existing bilaterals and balancing services »System changes – central and participant systems »Changes in customer behaviour Dependencies
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