Volatility

  • Media Mentions

    Icon | An increase of 46 GW renewables technology capacity is required by 2030, analysis says

    Forecasts from our ‘Benchmark power curve’ suggests that up to ~46GW of new build renewable technology, ~11GW onshore wind, ~10GW solar and ~25GW offshore wind, may need to be developed by 2030. This is to keep pace with 2050 net zero targets. This large-scale deployment of very low/zero marginal cost...

  • Media Mentions

    PowerTechnology | Forecast shows more renewable technology capacity required by 2030

    Our market and asset-level power price modelling service ‘Benchmark power curve’, predicts that up to ~46GW of new-build renewable technology ̶ ~11GW onshore wind, ~10GW solar, and ~25GW offshore wind may need to be developed by 2030 as to keep in line with the 2050 net-zero targets. The net zero...

  • Press Releases

    SEM one year on | Analysing market volatility since go-live

    The beginning of October marked the first anniversary of the new Irish and Northern Irish Single Electricity Market (SEM).  Already there is a marked change from its predecessor with the day-ahead electricity market in the SEM seeing significant volatility during its first year. In fact, findings from Cornwall Insight show...