Tendencias y Estudios / Energía que transforma

LAZARD’S LEVELIZED COST OF ENERGY ANALYSIS — VERSION 13.0

Other factors would also have a potentially significant effect on the results contained herein, but have not been examined in the scope of this current analysis. These additional factors, among others, could include: capacity value vs. energy value; network upgrades, transmission, congestion or other integration-related costs; significant permitting or other development costs, unless otherwise noted; and costs of complying with various environmental regulations (e.g., carbon emissions offsets or emissions control systems).

This analysis also does not address potential social and environmental externalities, including, for example, the social costs and rate consequences for those who cannot afford distributed generation solutions, as well as the long-term residual and societal consequences of various conventional generation
technologies that are difficult to measure (e.g., nuclear waste disposal, airborne pollutants, greenhouse gases, etc.)


https://www.lazard.com/perspective/lcoe2019

https://www.lazard.com/media/451086/lazards-levelized-cost-of-energy-version-130-vf.pdf