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Cost and Financing Aspects of Community Renewable Energy Projects - Volume II: Danish Case Study

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Cost and Financing Aspects of Community Renewable Energy Projects - Volume II: Danish Case Study

IEA-RETD (2016), Cost and financing aspects of community renewable energy projects. Volume II: Danish Case Study. Ricardo Energy & Environment and Ecologic Institute, IEA-RETD Operating Agent, IEA Implementing Agreement for Renewable Energy Technology Deployment (IEA-RETD), Utrecht, 2016.


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IEA-RETD (2016), Cost and financing aspects of community renewable energy projects. Volume II: Danish Case Study. Ricardo Energy & Environment and Ecologic Institute, IEA-RETD Operating Agent, IEA Implementing Agreement for Renewable Energy Technology Deployment (IEA-RETD), Utrecht, 2016.

Language
English
Author(s)
Gregory Vaughan-Morris (Ricardo Energy & Environment)
Colin McNaught (Ricardo Energy & Environment)
Funding
Year
2016
Dimension
30 pp.
Project ID
2119
Table of Contents

1 Introduction
2 Background: The Danish RES market
2.1 Definition of community led projects
2.2 Possible legal forms for RES community based projects
2.3 RES development in Denmark
2.4 Policy support schemes for RES
3 Costs faced by RES projects
3.1 Commercial RES projects
3.2 Community based RES projects
3.3 Results from financial modelling
3.4 Comparison of community energy and commercial cost data
4 Responses to research questions
4.1 Cost components for different ownership options (community-led, shared ownership and fully commercial)
4.2 External factors that can affect the costs of community-led and shared ownership projects
4.3 Constraints and related cost/ financing implications that only apply to community-led and/ or shared ownership projects
4.4 Whether some of the cost components are invariably higher for community-led and/ or shared ownership projects
4.5 Whether some of the cost components are invariably lower for community-led and/ or shared ownership projects
4.6 Cost projections to 2020
4.7 Opportunities to reduce community-led and/ or shared ownership costs
5 Conclusions
Appendices

Keywords
Denmark