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How is this using FITs, with dramatic resulting growth in renewables genera- done for renewables electricity, bearing in mind that there are tion capacity, especially in wind and solar-photovoltaic power. As many different renewables technologies and generating plants the initiating politicians hoped, this growth in generation has are dispersed widely with considerably different capacities?
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The authors are convinced, with consider- and many other countries following later. The basic scheme is very bution-grid company or by utility producers suppliers. These simple. Government legislates that generators of renewable elec- agencies report to a regulatory authority that assures a fair overall tricity receive a secure and attractive unit price for the sale of their cost to all consumers of electricity.
The amount of the so complex and varied that careful analysis is needed. In particular, increase is calculated by the Government authority so the renew- agencies contemplating a new or changed FIT must tread carefully. After that, Moreover, not all countries seek the same outcomes.
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For some the normal market conditions remain. The extra cost of paying the aim is to decrease climate change emissions, others seek new FIT is spread amongst all electricity consumers. The electricity industries, energy security, or abated fossil and nuclear generation. Is the FIT just for a premium above ments worldwide to encourage renewables electricity. The Portfolio the varying utility purchase price, or a total amount? Do all doi Surely solar photovoltaics governments and new criteria.
The progress of FITs in Germany is require a larger unit tariff than biomass? Do all regions have the described in detail, not only as an example but also as the backbone same tariffs? What is the guaranteed lifetime of the scheme? Who generation rather than only exported power i.
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What use have not been fully considered. Moreover the UK will have happens in a liberalized and competitive electricity system? Can two institutional support mechanisms in parallel for electricity, large businesses participate? Is the total installed capacity capped, FITs for generators less than 5 MW capacity and Renewable Obliga- and if so, by technology or overall? In addition, and seemingly evenly over all consumers? Is the FIT just for all exported electricity uniquely, from the UK will have a FIT-analogue scheme for as in Germany, so the generator does not consider using this on heating from renewable sources biomass, solar heat and ground- site or for all generated electricity, including that used on site so source heat pumps.
The authors argue that the FIT is not a subsidy in comparison None of these questions are simple and none without unexpected with other forms of new electricity generation. This argument and unwanted effects. The value of this book is in the detail given requires a cost to be allocated to fossil-fuel emissions, to nuclear for the many options and experiences that are discussed and waste treatment and disposal and to energy security.
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Here, consumers. Moreover, compared with other support mechanisms renewables capacity increase may be assisted by the Clean Devel- for renewables, FITs, have the least transaction costs because of opment Mechanism, as regulated by the United Nations. The their simplicity.