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first_imgDistributed solar cutting costs for California customers FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享PV Magazine:One of the most important aspects of the solar power revolution is how it is making daytime electricity cheaper, and thus lowering wholesale electricity prices more broadly. This becomes evident when electricity utilities project no new thermal electricity as the ‘lowest cost option‘. More evidence of this is contracts being signed today at 2.3¢/kWh, for delivery in just a few years. And this is before we note that distributed solar is saving billions in grid upgrades.Researchers from Carnegie Mellon and the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) have come together to present a new report which puts numbers on these savings. A retrospective analysis of the market price response to distributed photovoltaic generation in California focuses on the whole electricity market in California governed by the California Independent System Operator (CAISO) that represents about 80% of the electricity usage in the state.The research found that distributed PV reduced the ‘hourly mean whole electricity price’ by up to 2.9-3.2¢/kWh, 8-9% during the peak period of 12-1 PM. This means that throughout the day, utilities spent between $650-730 million less procuring electricity to provide to their customers.The analysis looked at 15-minute solar electricity production estimates, as this is the interval that generators bid for in the day-ahead market. The researchers looked across many system sizes and many regions of the state to make sure their data was accurately depicting a broad cross-section of distributed solar power in the state.The end argument put forth by the authors is that not only will utility-scale solar power lower the price of electricity, but so will the many gigawatts of solar power distributed on homes and businesses. This is something we in the field have always known, but now our industry has been around long enough to show it in hard numbers, based on actual data.More: Distributed solar saved California over $650 million from 2013-2015last_img read more

first_imgIn 2018, in the period from March 25 to October 27, more than 70 new regular lines were introduced, while the growth in the total number of rotations is 15% compared to 2017. This growth represents an increase in the number of rotations from 29.843 rotations in 2017 to more than 34.400 rotations in 2018.Analyzing the summer flight schedule by destination, according to the absolute number of announced new rotations, Split leads with an increase of 27,7%, in second place is Dubrovnik with an increase of 19,6%, while in third place is Zagreb with a growth of 6%.That’s right Split this year, among others, also connected to new flights of carriers Volotea with Nice, Palermo and Bergamo, while on flights Thomas Cook connected with London, Bristol and Glasgow, and with Düsseldorf and Hannover through lines Condor. Dubrovnik is connected by new flights easyJeta with Naples, Venice and London, while on flights TUI connected with Nottingham, Newcastle and Deauville. Zagreb is the new year Air Canada connected to Toronto, while Croatia Airlines introduced a new line to Dublin. Cheerful and new lines towards Zadar which is connected by flights Ryanaira with Frankfurt, Bremen and Allgäu Memmingen (Bavaria), as well as new lines to Puli which is connected by flights easyJeta with Basel, Milan, Berlin, Liverpool and London.”The key goals we have defined include positioning Croatia as an attractive year-round tourist destination that is also very well connected, especially in the context of airlines, which are a key segment of extending tourist traffic to pre- and post-season periods. It is with this goal in mind that this year, for the first time, we have carried out significant cooperation with airlines and tour operators from abroad, ” said the director of the Croatian Tourist Board Kristjan Staničić.Looking at the emitting markets, most rotations are planned between Germany and Croatia (+ 10% compared to last year), followed by connections with the United Kingdom (+ 8%), France (+ 7%), Italy (+ 39%) and Switzerland (+ 25%). The start of this year’s summer flight season, which recorded significantly more rotations in the first week than was the case last year, is an additional indicator of a significant strengthening of airlines this year. Namely, as many as 536 rotations will be active in the first week, which is an increase of 451% compared to 19 rotations in the first week of last year. The airports of Dubrovnik, Zagreb and Split recorded the most new rotations in the first week.”In addition to emphasizing the quality of our overall tourist offer, we monitor market trends and expand demand to those markets that have the greatest potential for growth in tourist traffic. Airlines play an important role in this and enable Croatia to become an even more competitive and interesting world tourist destination.”, Concluded the Minister of Tourism Gary Cappelli.The CNTB notes that the above analysis of the air connection between Croatia and emitting markets was conducted on the basis of data from Croatian airports in the mentioned period. Accordingly, flight schedules are less subject to change during the season.</p>
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