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The Government was always trying to play catch-up, and was always about a year behind the industry. My guess is that there are several hundred megawatts – if not over a gigawatt – of solar capacity which is being developed by those who are sitting on those projects, waiting for further cost reductions before they actually construct them. Projects have been put on ice until the cost equations work.feedback
Jun 03 2017
We found 3 articles in which Ben Warren said something. The most recent Ben Warren’s quote is: “Investment decisions are being made. There are people doing site acquisitions and securing grid connections and financing. But they are doing this without the visibility of the actual costs that the projects might be by the time they are ready for deployment. Now, with all the stars aligned, we are set for further and quite significant cost reduction.”. In addition, all sources we refer have quoted Ben Warren 5 times. On this page, you will find all of Ben Warren’s quotes organized by date and topic.
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Quotes by Ben Warren
Jun 03 2017
Investment decisions are being made. There are people doing site acquisitions and securing grid connections and financing. But they are doing this without the visibility of the actual costs that the projects might be by the time they are ready for deployment. Now, with all the stars aligned, we are set for further and quite significant cost reduction.feedback
Jun 03 2017
This will come down to how much policy setters, the regulator and National Grid want to encourage the deployment of energy storage. In a positive competitive environment for storage, this would be a huge fillip for solar.feedback
May 15 2017
Unfortunately, the likelihood of getting complete answers to those questions before the UK exits the EU are slim. The UK continues to underwhelm investors who are waiting to see if future UK policy will support and encourage the renewable energy industry towards a subsidy-free environment, where consumers can benefit from the UK's excellent natural resources for renewable energy.feedback
Apr 01 2017
I wouldn't be surprised if we saw a dramatic reduction in costs to below the £85/MWh target set by Government for 2026. This puts the technology nine years ahead of schedule. These results will really call into question the affordability of nuclear and some of the large tidal projects. In a really competitive process it's all about how well a developer can manage its costs, so it will favour the more experienced players. I have no doubt that Dong Energy and other European majors will be fighting tooth and nail for contracts.feedback
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