Renewable Energy - UK - October 2017
Renewable Energy - UK - October 2017

“Renewables are set to continue to play an increasingly important role in UK electricity supply, but the deployment of more mature technologies, such as onshore wind and solar PV, is currently slowing significantly amid reduced government support. However, with costs rapidly falling, more mature technologies are expected to experience a new wave of growth in a subsidy-free world. The offshore wind sector, which continues to benefit from government backing and ...

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Overview

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Executive Summary
Key Insights
Introduction
UK Economy

Market

Market

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Market Factors
Market Size Overview
Wind Generation
Shoreline Wave/Tidal Generation
Photovoltaic Generation
Hydro Generation
Bioenergy Electricity Generation
Electricity Usage
Forecast

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Brand/Company

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Company Profiles
A Shade Greener
Biogen (UK)
British Solar Renewables
Conergy UK
First Hydro Company
Good Energy Group
Lightsource Renewable Energy Holdings
ScottishPower Renewables
SSE
Solar Century
Tamar Energy
Vattenfall Wind Power
Vestas-Celtic Wind Technology

Data

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