New modelling research commissioned from Aurora Energy by the UK National Infrastructure Commission shows how sharp falls in the cost of renewable generation mean that Britain should aim for renewables to meet two thirds of electricity needs by 2030, and that this can be delivered at the same overall cost as meeting only half of total demand by that date.
The findings show the UK could make significant progress towards its net zero greenhouse gas emissions target if the rights steps are taken – leading the Commission to update its recommended target for deployment of renewables as part of a low cost low carbon electricity system, from 50 per cent to 65 per cent by 2030.
- Category: Solar Industry Reports
- Source: UK National Infrastructure Commission
- Publication Date: 08/2020
- Country: United Kingdom
- Language: English