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Thursday, 29 September 2016
11:30 - 13:00 LCOE part 2: how low will it go and when?
Onshore      Offshore    

Room: Hall F

This session will follow the discussion of the results of the Borssele tender in The Netherlands. It will provide a brief overview and discussion of industry views on the potential for LCOE reduction onshore and offshore, consider how low LCOE might go in different territories and include a discussion of the context of LCOE when looking at energy markets.

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Session scope:

Both onshore and offshore wind energy, but with a primary focus on offshore wind

Learning objectives

  • Gain a better understanding of the main drivers of LCOE;
  • Gain insights into the future competitiveness of wind energy;
  • Learn where you could contribute to reducing LCOE.
Nigel Slater, Managing Director, Offshore Wind Team, UK Green Investment Bank, United Kingdom
Iván Pineda, Director Public Affairs, WindEurope

Abstract ID: 230
Volker Berkhout
Research Associate, Fraunhofer IWES, Germany
The world’s leading experts opine on future wind energy costs and cost drivers

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Graham Weale
Honorary Professor, Ruhr University Bochum, Germany
The relevance of LCOEs for energy markets – today and in the future  

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Jérôme Guillet
Managing Director, Paris Office, Green Giraffe, France

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Jörg Kubitza
Senior Director, Head of Business Development, MHI Vestas, Denmark

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Roberto Lacal-Arantegui
Scientific Officer - Wind Energy, Joint Research Centre - JRC, European Commission, The Netherlands

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Ulrik Stridbæk
Senior Director Group Regulatory Affairs, DONG Energy Wind Power, Denmark

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