11:30 - 13:00 LCOE part 2: how low will it go and when?
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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Both onshore and offshore wind energy, but with a primary focus on offshore wind
- 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.
Research Associate, Fraunhofer IWES, Germany
The world’s leading experts opine on future wind energy costs and cost drivers
Honorary Professor, Ruhr University Bochum, Germany
The relevance of LCOEs for energy markets – today and in the future
Managing Director, Paris Office, Green Giraffe, France
Senior Director, Head of Business Development, MHI Vestas, Denmark
Scientific Officer - Wind Energy, Joint Research Centre - JRC, European Commission, The Netherlands
Senior Director Group Regulatory Affairs, DONG Energy Wind Power, Denmark