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RT : Nice Joule paper on solar & wind market value. It finds in regions where wind or solar ≈ 20% of generation, its va… https://t.co/UtncQrOfpg

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For the full analysis of the race between COST and VALUE of wind and solar, see the research in the jo… https://t.co/WffuLl2xOv

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Solar developers are responding by pairing with batteries in “hybrid” plants. Wind developers are usi… https://t.co/AnPLXxsyfp

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Strategies to minimize value decline must be matched with its cause in each region. New transmission will relieve c… https://t.co/MkwvpTD9dZ

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The good news is that the COST of wind and solar has fallen faster than its VALUE. But how long can that continue?… https://t.co/wslIFTDecn

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The biggest value penalties come from the timing of generation not matching high market prices, and from congestion… https://t.co/QbOSrucJUn

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While solar has high value at low penetrations, value falls as output grows – solar is 19% of generation in CAISO,… https://t.co/6EX7VNpdXM

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The race is on! The declining COST of wind and solar power is in a race with declining MARKET VALUE: which will wi… https://t.co/vayPyRI8O4

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TODAY! Where should utility-scale batteries be located – with the generator or at a high-value node on the grid?… https://t.co/9ev1F4YyDG

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Tomorrow: Where should utility-scale batteries be located – with the generator or at a high-value node on the grid… https://t.co/hQAse1L5NE

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Research from the Electricity Markets and Policy team at is featured in the latest issue of the Wind R… https://t.co/dFIRhX7UwD

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RT : Great Scott! 125+ Gigawatts!? Energy time-shifting?? This isn't a classic 1980's movie about time travel! 's S… https://t.co/eyU6WjW5xs

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Research by our Will Gorman () is featured in a new FERC analysis of hybrid power plants. https://t.co/qeOPVAmIpx

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RT : Ryan Wiser and team conduct an expert elicitation to project costs to 2050 that finds co… https://t.co/cdC3hj3LnI

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Grid-Interactive Efficient Buildings feature prominently in President Biden’s plans. explains the new… https://t.co/IkzWDGaO84

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Wind energy experts are predicting 50% lower future costs for wind than they did in 2015. How did that happen? Ou… https://t.co/AuwWjzQuWm

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RT : Hot off the press! The Spring 2021 edition of our Wind R&D newsletter reports on exciting updates from ’s… https://t.co/5UClvzJQ9c

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You might also be interested in the new Grid-interactive Energy Efficient Building (GEB) roadmap we deve… https://t.co/IiGpt2UYaN

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Where should utility-scale batteries be located – with the generator or at a high-value node on the grid? Tune in… https://t.co/FVrvwCcHDf

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