Norway dismantles gas-fired power plant after just five years in operation, as renewables undercut cost

Signal of change / Norway dismantles gas-fired power plant after just five years in operation, as renewables undercut cost

By Iain Watt / 06 Dec 2017

Iain Watt on Twitter

ClimateRisk #WeakSignals @FuturesCentre Gas plant = expensive; Gas plant + CCS = very expensive; Renewables = getting cheaper and cheaper... https://t.co/VR7M8jqLdQ

Norway Dismantling Controversial Gas-Fired Generating Plant

Fossil Fuels Norwegians are proud of their commitment to clean power, at least internally. Not everyone understands the country's rather schizophrenic attitude toward fossil fuels. It has tremendous reserves of oil and gas under its control but declines to use them internally. Instead, it sells them to its neighbors.



Resource links:

What might the implications of this be? What related signals of change have you seen?

Please register or log in to comment.

Suggested