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太陽能發電蒸氣的費用競爭力的評估

Assessing the Cost Competitiveness of Solar-Generated Steam

出版商 Lux Research 商品編碼 329614
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 13 Pages
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太陽能發電蒸氣的費用競爭力的評估 Assessing the Cost Competitiveness of Solar-Generated Steam
出版日期: 2015年04月02日 內容資訊: 英文 13 Pages
簡介

本報告提供可利用太陽能發電蒸氣之聚光型太陽熱能發電 (CSP) 相關技術相關調查分析、現狀、分析、預測等系統性資訊。

目錄

摘要整理

形勢

  • 成熟的槽式技術,可實行於太陽能蒸氣發電的大部分,不過,其他系統配置,適合某特定領域的用途

分析

  • 系統組件的費用削減,利用太陽能發電蒸氣,至2020年可減少20%

預測

圖表

目錄

Even with low natural gas and oil prices in many markets around the world, operations seeking to reduce operational expenses or conserve fuel may find that industrial-scale concentrated solar power (CSP) technologies can generate low-cost steam. In this report, we explore the current CSP technologies that companies could utilize in steam generation applications byconsidering geography and calculating a levelized cost of steam (LCOS). We find that parabolic tough technologies lead the pack now and in the future, ultimately reaching $5/ MMBtu in 2020, competitive with conventional fossil fuel boilers.

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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

LANDSCAPE

Mature parabolic trough technologies are viable for majority of solar steam generation, but other system architectures more suitable for some niche applications.

ANALYSIS

Cost reductions to system components drive a 20% decrease in levelized cost of solar-generated steam by 2020.

OUTLOOK

TABLE OF FIGURES

  • Figure 1: Graphic System Cost Breakdown of Solar Steam Generation Technologies in 2015
  • Figure 2: Graphic 2015 and 2020 LCOS for Normalized Parabolic Dish System Located in Low-, Midlevel-, and High-Insolation Geographies
  • Figure 3: Graphic 2015 and 2020 LCOS for Normalized Power Tower System Located in Low-, Midlevel-, and High-Insolation Geographies
  • Figure 4: Graphic 2015 and 2020 LCOS for Normalized Linear Fresnel System Located in Low-, Midlevel-, and High-Insolation Geographies
  • Figure 5: Graphic 2015 and 2020 LCOS for Normalized Parabolic Trough System Located in Low-, Midlevel, and High-Insolation Geographies
  • Figure 6: Graphic 2015 and 2020 LCOS for Normalized Solar Steam Generators Located in Low-, Midlevel-, and High-Insolation Geographies
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