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Conclusion

  • Tanveer AhmedEmail author
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Part of the SpringerBriefs in Energy book series (BRIEFSENERGY)

Abstract

In this chapter the results of previous sections have been concluded and proposal of techno-economic model (TEM-2025) has been evaluated. The feature of this model proves that 75% of power can be generated by means of RES in Canada till 2025. The discussion on this phenomenon elaborates that by adopting an effective policy, RES transition is possible, practical and affordable within a specific time frame. The results show that a price shift of nuclear projects and an average increase of only 4.5% in price for 7 years can financially support all the RES projects. Moreover, a sufficient amount of gas power can also be produced to overcome the intermittency factor of wind and PV power generation in order to meet the demand side reliability factor. All projects can be financed fully within the boundaries of available set of sources without introducing any feed-in tariff or loan based financial mode.

Keywords

Power Generation Instal Capacity Nuclear Power Generation Specific Time Frame Intermittency Factor 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Brandenburg University of TechnologyCottbusGermany

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