Projected Costs of Generating Electricity - 2010 Edition, is the traditional OECD-IEA&NEA joint report that gives results of the study carried out in 2009 on the generating costs of base Ioad electricity from nuclear and fossil fuelled thermal power plants as well as from a wide range of renewable technologies expected to be commissioned by 2015 or shortly after, with reference to a data base from almost 200 power plants provided by 16 OECD member countries, 4 non-OECD countries and 3 industry organisations. This new report in the series continues the now traditional IEA-NEA representation of base load generating costs made in order to compare the various types of generating technologies within each of the countries represented and also to provide a basis for comparing generating costs between different countries for similar types of plant. The study was conducted under the supervision of the Ad hoc Expert Group on Electricity Generating Costs that was composed of representatives of 19 OECD member countries as well as from 2 international organisations, the European Commission and the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), and including also experts from Brazil, India, and Russia.

The Projected Costs of Generating Electricity - IEA-NEA Report - 2010 Edition

2010

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Projected Costs of Generating Electricity - 2010 Edition, is the traditional OECD-IEA&NEA joint report that gives results of the study carried out in 2009 on the generating costs of base Ioad electricity from nuclear and fossil fuelled thermal power plants as well as from a wide range of renewable technologies expected to be commissioned by 2015 or shortly after, with reference to a data base from almost 200 power plants provided by 16 OECD member countries, 4 non-OECD countries and 3 industry organisations. This new report in the series continues the now traditional IEA-NEA representation of base load generating costs made in order to compare the various types of generating technologies within each of the countries represented and also to provide a basis for comparing generating costs between different countries for similar types of plant. The study was conducted under the supervision of the Ad hoc Expert Group on Electricity Generating Costs that was composed of representatives of 19 OECD member countries as well as from 2 international organisations, the European Commission and the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), and including also experts from Brazil, India, and Russia.
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