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Lilliestam, Johan
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Ollier, Lana
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Labordena, Mercè
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Pfenninger, Stefan
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Thonig, Richard
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2021-03-26T16:34:37Z
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2021-01-26T12:49:03Z
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2021-02-16T12:49:44Z
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2021-03-26T16:34:37Z
dc.date.issued
2021
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10.1080/15567249.2020.1773580
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http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11850/465667
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The history of concentrating solar power (CSP) is characterized by a boom-bust pattern caused by policy support changes. Following the 2014–2016 bust phase, the combination of Chinese support and several low-cost projects triggered a new boom phase. We investigate the near- to mid-term cost, industry, market and policy outlook for the global CSP sector and show that CSP costs have decreased strongly and approach cost-competitiveness with new conventional generation. Industry has been strengthened through the entry of numerous new companies. However, the project pipeline is thin: no project broke ground in 2019 and only four projects are under construction in 2020. The only remaining large support scheme, in China, has been canceled. Without additional support soon creating a new market, the value chain may collapse and recent cost and technological advances may be undone. If policy support is renewed, however, the global CSP sector is prepared for a bright future.
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en
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dc.publisher
Taylor & Francis
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dc.subject
Concentrating solar power
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dc.subject
Technological learning
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dc.subject
Value chain analysis
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Energy policy
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Industry development
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dc.title
The Near- to Mid-Term Outlook for Concentrating Solar Power: Mostly Cloudy, Chance of Sun
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Journal Article
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2020-06-10
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Energy Sources, Part B: Economics, Planning, and Policy
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16
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1
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23
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41
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London
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published
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2021-01-26T12:49:10Z
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