Fall 2022, 26th edition (2022 – 2050). Renewable cost development, potential, and expected investments in Norway, Sweden, Finland, and Denmark plus more.
"With stronger investment signals than ever and clearer political guidance, the green shift will happen faster than we previously assumed. We also discuss whether nuclear power will have a renaissance in the Nordics." - Sigbjørn Seland, Chief Analyst
Release date: October 27th
Renewable cost development, potential, and expected investments in Norway, Sweden, Finland, and Denmark. The analysis is available in pdf and paper versions, including a spreadsheet with all relevant calculations from the analysis.
The report discusses relevant energy storage technologies to enable the extensive development of renewable energy.
The report includes various framework conditions in the Nordic region – addressing the long-term targets for reducing greenhouse gas emissions in the EU. Analysis of the EU ETS with a possible emissions scenario all the way to 2050 and a detailed analysis of the Electricity Certificates market.
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Consultant power trading, Fjordkraft AS
Key discussions for the Fall 2022 Nordic Renewables Outlook.
Emission reduction targets lay the groundwork for investment in the European energy system. The report includes a review of the EU’s climate and energy policies and regulations, including the proposed EU taxonomy.
Though we regard governmental facilitation as a necessary addition on the road to carbon neutrality, the EU ETS system will play an important role. The report discusses the EUA market and derives the necessary CO2 price to achieve the long-term goals.
Review of current policies and probable new political initiatives towards 2050.
We assess the technology development and future costs of renewables, nuclear power, energy storage, and hydrogen. We present the Long-Run-Marginal-Costs (LRMC) development for the different technologies towards 2050.
The report discusses the potential and expected investments in the Nordic region up until 2050 for hydropower, wind power, solar PV, Bio CHP, nuclear power, energy storage technologies, and hydrogen.
Lists of all large projects under construction or with final investment decision as well as the expected onshore and offshore wind, solar power, large hydropower, and bio-CHP to take an investment decision in the Nordics.
The report provides an overview of hydrogen projects under development in the Nordic region.
A comprehensive database with an overview of potential onshore wind projects pending or with approval.
The stop date is reached. We present the expected electricity certificate price development with complete monthly and annual el certificate balance up to 2045 for all technologies.
Nena Analysis builds fundamental models and methods with strong emphasis on a combination of economic theory, market models, weather impacts and marginal cost calculations.
Our analyses reveal coherence between numerous price drivers, enabling us to explain substitution pricing, and ultimately consequences for future pricing of various commodities.