Renewable electricity generation is estimated to cover a high share of the future electricity demand in the EU. The possible diffusion of RES-E generation depends of the relative costs of RES-E to its alternatives, the policy ambition and the capability of the system to accommodate volatile generation.
Based on a “reference scenario” sensitivity runs are performed with regard to learning rates, sector coupling etc. in order to see how the optimal share changes
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