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Singapore power and renewable markets long-term outlook 2017

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30 August 2017

Singapore power and renewable markets long-term outlook 2017

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Wholesale electricity prices have declined in recent years in Singapore. As a consequence, new entrants are struggling to survive but incumbent players have also seen their margins decline.  Given low prices, incremental renewables growth and the influx of retail players, there's an increasing possibility that some existing power plants could be mothballed. Key highlights Hyflux and PacificLight power plants are up for sale Current wholesale electricity prices and Wood Mackenzie's price forecasts mean incentives might be necessary to prevent mothballing of power plants The government has raised the solar target post-2020 to 1000 MW Carbon prices are unlikely to have an impact on the power sector

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