Climate Etc. – understanding the cost of renewables

Climate Etc. readers requested a post on “the generation planning process to help them better understand cost issues surrounding the large scale addition and integration of renewable resources.

According to the author of the excellent analysis, “the major takeaway is that differing types of generating resources bring diverse sets of costs and benefits to the power system so that they cannot be compared solely based on a cost per Megawatt (MW) produced basis … it matters very much when energy is generated, where the energy comes from and how well it works to support the system

Please read the full analysis at this link – All megawatts are not equal

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