TABLE D-7-4 Accelerated PV Deployment Scenario for New York (2005 dollars)

Year

Annual Installations (MW)

Growth Rate (%)

Cumulative Installations (MW)

Installed System Cost ($/W)

Buydown Rate (%)

Effective Buydown ($/W)

Annual State Investment (million)

Installed System Cost to Consumer ($/W)

2005-actual

2.0

NA

4.2

8.14

52

4.23

8.47

3.91

2006

6.0

55

10.2

7.50

50

3.75

22.50

3.75

2007

9.3

55

19.5

7.00

45

3.15

29.30

3.85

2008

14.4

55

33.9

6.50

40

2.60

37.48

3.90

2009

22.3

55

56.3

6.00

35

2.10

46.92

3.90

2010

34.6

55

90.9

5.50

30

1.65

57.14

3.85

2011

53.7

40

144.6

5.20

25

1.30

69.78

3.90

2012

75.2

40

219.7

4.90

20

0.98

73.65

3.92

2013

105.2

40

324.9

4.60

15

0.69

72.60

3.91

2014

147.3

40

472.2

4.30

10

0.43

63.34

3.87

2015

206.2

40

678.4

4.00

5

0.20

41.24

3.80

2016

288.7

5

967.1

3.80

0

0.00

0.00

3.80

2017

303.1

5

1,270.3

3.60

0

0.00

0.00

3.60

2018

318.3

5

1,588.6

3.40

0

0.00

0.00

3.40

2019

334.2

5

1,922.8

3.20

0

0.00

0.00

3.20

2020

350.9

5

2,273.7

3.00

0

0.00

0.00

3.00

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