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“…At the same time, the price difference between peak and off-peak electricity prices has melted from 5 to 6 V/MWh in 2010 down to 1e2 in 2015, impacting drastically on the attractiveness of arbitrage. This has severely impacted the profitability of those many European PSP plants that have relied on this lucrative market for decades [71]. It is to be highlighted that PSP can only access this profit if the correct market conditions are in place [72].…”
Section: Europementioning
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“…At the same time, the price difference between peak and off-peak electricity prices has melted from 5 to 6 V/MWh in 2010 down to 1e2 in 2015, impacting drastically on the attractiveness of arbitrage. This has severely impacted the profitability of those many European PSP plants that have relied on this lucrative market for decades [71]. It is to be highlighted that PSP can only access this profit if the correct market conditions are in place [72].…”
Section: Europementioning
“…To avoid having to rely on fossil-based standing reserves to back-up intermittent wind power generation, Germany would need over 100 times its electricity storage capacity of 2008 in order to bridge a 10-day period of low wind in 2050 [85]. While the PSP potential in Germany has long been thought nearly exhausted, a long list of new projects has nonetheless emerged, which includes new opportunities such as underground PSP in coal mines [71]. Close to 5 GW for feasible new sites [86,17] and up to 0.8 TWh of realizable energy storage potential could be achievable [67], which however remains significantly below the estimated needs that amount to 50 TWh [66].…”
Section: Germanymentioning