Wednesday, 29 February 2012

Renewable Electricity Trading

There are three main levers available to governments to incentivize renewable power: cost, revenue, and financing terms. It is the first two of these that form the basis of tradable instruments that an act as proxies for renewable power as such: tax exemptions (in the form of environmental tax waivers) and renewable power quotas or obligations.

The report is targeted at companies active in the power generation and supply market and in related markets. It aims to provide insights and stimulate discussion on how best to take advantage of the growth and development of renewable power, by monetizing it via market-based mechanisms. The focus is primarily on wholesale trading, although adjacent elements of the value chain are also considered.

Renewable Electricity Trading Report

Published: February 2012
No. of Pages: 111
Price: Single User License – US$2875             Corporate User License – US$10781
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Features and benefits
Understand both the recent growth in renewable power generation and the medium-term trends emerging in today’s political and economic environment.
Recognize how regulators incentivize renewable power generation through market-based tradable instruments, and how this affects industry participants.
Evaluate the instruments, market frameworks and intermediaries available for wholesale trading of renewable power and their relevance to your company.
Identify how wholesale trading of renewable power is affecting your business now, and how it is likely to evolve and impact your company in future.
Gain confidence that your company’s investment strategy and business model are “future-proof” and in line with the emerging power market trends.

Your key questions answered
What are the economic and regulatory drivers behind the recent growth of renewable power trading, and how are they likely to evolve in the future?
What are the organizational arrangements and market instruments through which industry participants engage in trading renewable power?
How is renewable power trading impacting energy utilities today, and how is this likely to change if and when renewable power grows in scale?
What are the main barriers preventing renewable power from being a more central part of the electricity value chain, including wholesale trading?
When might the “critical mass” of renewable power production be reached in the world’s leading markets, and are all the conditions in place for that?

Major points covered in Table of Contents of this report include:
Introduction to report
Market context
Renewables within wholesale energy trading
Impact on market participants
Conditions for strong future growth
List of Tables
List of Figures

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