The Dutch Climate Agreement (Klimaatakkoord), signed on 28 June 2019, was hailed as a milestone in Dutch collaboration between politics and industry. The document states a target of 49% emission reduction compared to 1990 levels. This objective, if achieved, will transform the Dutch energy landscape from one relying on conventional capacity into one dominated by renewables by 2030.
This bi-annual update presents Aurora’s comprehensive view on the Dutch power market, and includes our latest outlook on prices, generation, capacity, and asset performance until 2040.
Key market analyses presented in this quarter include:
- A full update on energy policy developments in the Netherlands and Europe, and their relation to Dutch electricity prices
- Commodity price forecasts and their influence on the performance of traditional plants
- The subsidy framework SDE+, and renewables capacity development until 2040
- An outline of the current offshore wind tenders and the Offshore Wind Road-map
The Dutch forecast is updated on a bi-annual basis: in Q2 and Q4. The exhibits from this subscriber-only report, can be downloaded in PDF and the underlying data in Excel format from the download section of EOS.
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