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The Report Variable Renewables Integration in Electricity Systems 2016 - How to get it right is published by the World Energy Council in partnership with project supporters and the Council’s Global Partner, CESI. The report draws upon 32 country case studies, representing about 90 percent of installed wind and solar capacity worldwide, and highlights the issues associated with the increasing share of variable renewable energy sources for electric power systems’ operation.


It examines integration of wind and solar PV in electricity systems and formulates recommendations for policymakers and the industry.
The 32 country case studies, one of the largest panel ever analyzed, provide a snapshot of the experiences and the different approaches that were implemented in different countries.
This comprehensive study provides a reality check and will help facilitate the development of technically and economically sound policies and regulations. The main findings of the Report are the following:

Renewables, including hydropower, now account for about 30 percent of the total global installed power generating capacity and 23 percent of total global electricity production. In the last 10 years, wind and solar PV have witnessed an explosive average annual growth in installed capacity of 23 and 51 percent respectively, although their combined contribution to the global electricity production is around 4 percent. [...]

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