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    • Energy in the UK Balance, Competition and Security of Supply Campbell Dunford October 2005
    • The Energy White Paper Our Energy Future: creating a low carbon economy
      • Environmental Protection
      • Security of Supply
      • Affordable energy
      • Competitive energy markets
        • Industrial competitiveness
      • A truly sustainable energy policy
    • BETTA: “British Electricity Trading and Transmission Arrangements”
      • Bilateral trading between generators , suppliers , traders and customers
      • Forwards and futures markets: contracts are struck over timescales from years ahead to on-the-day
      • Balancing Mechanism: National Grid Company (NGC), accepts offers and bids for electricity close to real time to balance the grid
      • An Imbalance Settlement process
      • No Central Electricity Generating Board
    • Consequences of NETA/BETTA
      • Wholesale price fell by 20% from 03.01 to 10.02 (40% 1998 to 2002)
      • Small margins for generators
      • Low incentive to invest for future conventional generation
      • But, by 2020 nearly 70% of currently operating plant will be obsolete.
    • 0 100 200 300 400 500 1990 1995 2000 2005 2010 2015 2020 2025 imports renewables nuclear gas oil Coal TWh Source: DTI’s EP68 CL data - extended slightly to 2025 DTI Projections for Power Sector
    • Fuel Mix to 2050: One DTI Scenario
    • Renewables Obligation
      • Complex, unintended consequences
      • Expensive (£750 million to £1,000 million p.a.)
        • 70% of renewable generator’s income comes from subsidy
      • No distinction made between quality variations of competing technologies
      • Adequate, Value for Money?
    • Industrial Renewables or Community Renewables
      • Industrial renewable electricity generation has been tried, with unsatisfactory results
        • Denmark, Germany
      • Costs and difficulties have been under-estimated
      • Industrial renewables, for electricity , require reconsideration
      • Golden Opportunity for Non-electricity renewables
      • Domestic/Community Renewables
    • Community and Domestic Renewables
    • Non-Electricity Renewables Firm Electricity Renewables
    • Renewables in the UK’s New Emphases Needed
      • Realism in regard to the overall energy portfolio
      • Ground-upwards development:
        • Domestic
        • Community based
      • Realism with regard to UK’s role in tackling Climate Change