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Issue 1. Energy Tax. Key Findings. Utility & Environmental Implications. Table 5b: Generation capacity mix at selected energy tax rates in year 2025. Issue 1. Energy Tax. Key Findings. Utility & Environmental Implications.

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Issue 1

Energy Tax

Key Findings

Utility & Environmental Implications

Table 5b: Generation capacity mix at selected energy tax rates in year 2025


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Energy Tax

Key Findings

Utility & Environmental Implications

Table 6b: Electricity generation mix at selected Energy tax rates during 2006-2025


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Energy Tax

Key Findings

Fig1b: Installed generation capacity by fuel types at selected energy tax rates in year 2025

Fig2b:Electricity generation by fuel types during 2006- 2025 at selected energy tax rates


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Energy Tax

Key Findings

Fig3b: Total electricity generation by hydro during 2006- 2025 at selected energy tax rates

Fig4b:Electricity generation by coal during 2006- 2025 at selected energy tax rates


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Energy Tax

Key Findings

Fig5b: Total electricity generation by gas during 2006- 2025 at selected energy tax rates

Fig6b: Change in consumption by fossil fuels during 2006- 2025 at selected energy tax rates


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Energy Tax

Key Findings

Fig7b: Effects of energy tax on power generation technology mix in year 2025

Fig8b: Generation mix during the planning period at different carbon tax rates


Reduction in total generation capacity addition due to Energy tax (%)

Reductions in total Generation due to Energy Tax (%)

50

50

40

40

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Energy Tax

30

30

20

20

10

10

0

0.5

Tax ($/MBtu)

1.0

2.0

5.0

10.0

Tax ($/Mbtu)

-10

0

0.5

1.0

2.0

5.0

10.0

Key Findings

Fig9b: Reduction in total capacity addition due to energy tax

Fig10b: Reduction in total generation due to energy tax


Issue 1 Energy tax (%)

Energy Tax

Key Findings

Table 7b: Weighted average thermal generation efficiency during the planning horizon

at selected energy tax rates, %

Table 8b: Weighted average loss of load probability and cumulative expected energy

not served during 2006-2025 at various energy tax rates


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Energy Tax

Key Findings

Table 9b: CO2 and local emissions mitigation reduction at different energy tax rates

during the whole planning period, %

Fig10b: Cumulative CO2 & local emissions reduction (%) during the planning horizon at different selected energy tax rates


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Energy Tax

Key Findings

Fig11b: Cumulative SO2 emission emitted during the planning horizon at different selected energy tax rates

Fig12b: Cumulative NOx emission emitted during the planning horizon at different selected energy tax rates


Issue 1 Energy tax (%)

Energy Tax

Key Findings

Fig13b: CO2 emission intensity in term of per unit of electricity generation at different selected energy tax rates

Fig14b: Cumulative CO2 emission reduction (%) during the planning horizon tax at various selected energy tax rates


Issue 1 Energy tax (%)

Energy Tax

Key Findings

Table 10b: The share of supply side effect and demand side effect to the total CO2

mitigation during the planning horizon at selected energy tax rates, %


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Energy Tax

Key Findings

Cost Implication

Table 11b: Average incremental cost (AIC) during the planning horizon at selected energy

tax rates(US¢/kWh)

Table 12b: Percentage increment in Average Incremental Cost and Total Cost with energy

tax compared to carbon tax for a 10% reduction in total CO2emissions


THANK YOU ! Energy tax (%)

for your attention


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