Wood Mackenzie is proud to be sponsoring Australian Clean Energy Summit 2023. You can find us at stand 6 between 18-19 July in Sydney, Australia.
About the event
The Australian Clean Energy Summit is a two-day conference bringing together the leading minds in clean energy to discuss industry trends, innovations in tech and changes to policy and regulation. Join us in Sydney to help drive the next phase of Australia’s clean energy transformation.
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Explore some of our power and renewables insights
Asia’s renewables need massive grid investment
Grids are already struggling to cope with the intermittency of wind and solar.
Renewable power competitiveness in Asia Pacific worsened in 2022
The levelised costs of electricity (LCOE) for utility solar and onshore wind in Asia Pacific were up 16% and 12% respectively since 2020, as equipment, construction costs and interest rates rose in the region. The trend is expected to reverse in 2023, but volatility risks including geopolitical tensions, trade policy and financing remain according to latest analysis from Wood Mackenzie.
Global wind energy to top 1 TW threshold by the end of 2023
The global wind energy market will pass the one terawatt (TW) threshold for installed capacity by the end of 2023, according to the latest market outlook from Wood Mackenzie.
Global floating solar to top 6GW threshold by 2031
The global floating solar market is expected to pass the six-gigawatt (GW) threshold by 2031, as PV developers struggle to meet growing solar demand and look to alternate development technologies.
Nuclear needs to be cost competitive with alternative power generation to enable net zero
Despite policy support and market growth, the biggest economic hurdle to the uptake of the latest nuclear and small modular reactors (SMRs) is cost, according to Wood Mackenzie report.