Coal Based Electricity Generation in South East Europe: A Case Study for Croatia
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AbstractIn this paper, we have provided an evaluation of the techno-economic performance of a coal-fired power generation unit designed and constructed following the current best available techniques (BAT) principle and situated in South East Europe (SEE). We have provided the framework of a technical model of an ultra supercritical pulverized coal-fired power plant (USC or USCPC), conducted a detailed analysis of associated costs, presented a composite cost model and performed a sensitivity analysis to identify the main cost-drivers for this type of technology. Furthermore, a market analysis has been carried out to best determine the impact of the surrounding environment on the overall performance of the project. Keywords: Ultra supercritical unit; South East Europe; Feasibility JEL Classifications: L1; M3; O2
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Viskovic, A., & Franki, V. (2014). Coal Based Electricity Generation in South East Europe: A Case Study for Croatia. International Journal of Energy Economics and Policy, 5(1), 206–230. Retrieved from https://econjournals.com/index.php/ijeep/article/view/1003