Status Quo: Market Parity of PV and Onshore Wind in Europe

In 2019 the rising price trend from previous years came to a hold in EU power markets. However, the interest in subsidy-free renewable projects is unabated. Annualized full cost (LCOE) of PV and Onshore wind saw discounts of up to 20 €/MWh compared to wholesale market revenues in 2019. This, combined with ever declining project cost, makes subsidy-free renewable investments more and more attractive in an increasing number of European countries.

Our free market report maps the status quo for 25 countries and explains the dynamics behind it.

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This comprehensive study compares average capture prices between 2015 – 2019 with LCOE in 25 European countries. Gain insights into profitability of merchant renewables and drivers of future capture prices.

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