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New research from and international partners in the has found that falling capital costs f… https://t.co/5J9BfmUscX

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A new study by tracks declining costs from 2008-16 in six countries. Lower CapEx is not the… https://t.co/VOWqpD86DZ

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You can look at the queue in past years, using the year slider, upper right. But we haven't connected… https://t.co/uaUMTUetsi

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If you click on the "Southeast non-ISO" tab, and on the "gas" button on th… https://t.co/TwjyPVyPK8

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What's in the queue? We got data from all 7 U.S. ISOs plus 30 utilities. Sneak peak: 367 GW of (28% with sto… https://t.co/7zoXZdfDpt

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RT : ICYMI ⚡️ I had the opportunity to participate in the technical conference on hybrid resources last week. I jo… https://t.co/X0SuFAXL8R

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Wind and solar power plants are aging more gracefully, thanks to maturing technologies and commercial practices. Ry… https://t.co/FVIbOlsepq

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Our work rounding up data on hybrid power plants is featured in California Energy Markets. For a slide deck and dat… https://t.co/ZuCFpuqEsA

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PS: So why is there so much interest in hybrid power plants? Previous research from dug into the detai… https://t.co/2zdEmCqcM6

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For all the details on hybrids, see a slide deck compilation and two data visualizations, one focused on currently… https://t.co/hAEuN0NOG1

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Hybrid plants are proposed across the US, but most in the West, especially solar+storage. In the CAISO queue, 67% o… https://t.co/eje6rpDQb8

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More hybrids are coming: as of 2019, there were at least 367 GW of solar in the nation’s interconnection queues, wi… https://t.co/nHeXNGjDok

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durations and storage/generator ratios are higher with plants, which use storage for arbitrage,… https://t.co/uh48MnkXmK

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There are at least 125 hybrid power plants operating in the US, with over 14 GW of capacity. Most common are wind+s… https://t.co/MQhgo7PagJ

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THREAD: Developers are combining with generators to make “hybrid” power plants. New data and visualizati… https://t.co/L5kUOkSIfN

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Super-sized wind turbines provide ‘hidden’ benefits to the grid, like reduced transmission cost, and lower balancin… https://t.co/6EI6l6kgYk

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