Future costs of key low-carbon energy technologies: Harmonization and aggregation of energy technology expert elicitation data

Abstract

In this paper we standardize, compare, and aggregate results from thirteen surveys of technology experts, performed over a period of five years using a range of different methodologies, but all aiming at eliciting expert judgment on the future cost of five key energy technologies and how future costs might be influenced by public R&D investments. To enable… (More)

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