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ADEME report on the cost of renewable energies in 2019

Unread Messageby jean.caissepas » 31/01/20, 09:40

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Unread Messageby Christophe » 31/01/20, 10:37

Bah 100 pages is nothing compared to the 350 of the EPP!

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Thanks for sharing, I saved the .pdf on the server forums (remember to do the same as external links can be temporary)
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Unread Messageby sicetaitsimple » 31/01/20, 21:10

At least one "homogeneous" report, with specific hypotheses, particularly in terms of financing.
This was not generally the case with Ademe a decade ago! It was a bit like my grandmother's francs!
So follow, but it is at least a basis that seems consistent in terms of calculation method.

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Re: ADEME report on the cost of renewable energies in 2019

Unread Messageby izentrop » 02/02/20, 00:24

Yep, for hydrogen they stay vague
This part focuses on the cost of transformation
electricity from renewable sources of hydrogen by
the process of electrolysis of water. This cost does not include
no costs required for storage, transportation
and the use of hydrogen (fuel cells) or its
transformation (methanation)…
It is precisely what costs the most and makes this solution completely unrealistic.
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