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Old 10-Apr-2017, 12:33   #1801
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Only some of us ? Own up... who's been being uncuntworthy !?!



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If you have stock in Italian banks I'd be more worried about the punt you're taking on the sterling holding value.
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Old 11-Apr-2017, 06:18   #1804
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Brexit Britain doesn't need to rely on trade with the EU, claims pro-EU think tank.

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https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/...turn-for-north

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European leaders may be preparing to recognise a united Ireland, in a declaration that would pave the way for the north to swiftly rejoin the European Union. At their first Brexit summit on Saturday, the EU’s 27 leaders are expected to discuss a text stating that if Ireland unified, the north would automatically become part of the EU.
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Would suit me, although a lot would have to change in this country for this to even become thinkable
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Those numbers are surprisingly low - I heard the old DECC's expectation was that new CfDs were in the 100/MWh range reducing to 75/MWH over the next 5-10 years. We were told that access to new sources of cheap capital from institutional investors were helping to push down financing costs while turbine manufacturers were upscaling to bigger generators making the farms more efficient.
Down to 57.5/MWh in the latest round. Amazeballs.

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Yeah I saw the CfD allocation round results. Moray and Hornsea 2 both for 57.50/MWh although Triton Knoll was 74.75/MWh - it's delivery date is a year earlier though. Still it's clear that prices have come down even faster than developers thought possible a couple of years ago.

We still need a power mix though as offshore wind is non-schedulable generation.
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