Flexible friends

Stokes, David; Spinks, Oily
October 2011
Utility Week;10/28/2011, p14
Trade Publication
The article argues that the older combined cycle gas turbine (CCGT) plant will be pivotal to security of supply because of its operational and investment flexibility. Analysis shows that investment in gas-fired plant is vital to the security of supply. Government support, planning and investor capital constraints are vital factors to rates of renewable plant build. Two reasons are presented as to the interesting investment proposition of older CCGT plant.


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