Assessing the US power supply challenge amid a surge in solar development?
Interconnection queues in major US power markets signal a forthcoming wave of new utility-scale solar PV additions and a retreat in the development of natural gas. In Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT), for example, solar photovoltaic (PV) accounted for more than 60% of all nameplate capacity in the interconnection queue at of the close of 2019 while natural gas had fallen to less than 5%. As solar penetration levels increase, the resource's energy and capacity value will decline limiting the capability of solar to provide reliability. In this webinar, IHS Markit experts discussed our latest analysis and outlook on these limits and the associated implications for power and natural gas markets.
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