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307 GT Revised Feed-In Tariffs Case Neg

307 GT Revised Feed-In Tariffs Case Neg - FEED-INS NEG DDI...

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F EED -I NS N EG DDI 2008 – GT D ONLAN Feed-In Tariffs Neg – REMIX Feed-In Tariffs Neg – REMIX ................................................................................................................................. 1 Strategy Sheet .......................................................................................................................................................... 2 1NC Competitiveness (1/2) ...................................................................................................................................... 3 1NC Competitiveness (2/2) ...................................................................................................................................... 4 2NC Competitiveness – Ext. 1 ................................................................................................................................. 5 2NC Competitiveness – Ext. 2 ................................................................................................................................. 6 2NC Competitiveness – Ext. 3 ................................................................................................................................. 7 2NC Competitiveness – Ext. 4 ................................................................................................................................. 8 1NC Warming .......................................................................................................................................................... 9 1NC Solvency ........................................................................................................................................................ 10 2NC Solvency – Ext. 1 ........................................................................................................................................... 11 1NC States CP (1/3) ............................................................................................................................................... 12 1NC States CP (2/3) ............................................................................................................................................... 13 1NC States CP (3/3) ............................................................................................................................................... 14 States – 2NC Overview .......................................................................................................................................... 15 States – A2: Perm ................................................................................................................................................... 16 States – A2: Federal Key (FERC) .......................................................................................................................... 17 States – A2: States Model Fed ............................................................................................................................... 18 States – A2: Don’t Want ........................................................................................................................................ 19 States Solve Feed-Ins – Current Mechanisms ....................................................................................................... 20 States Solve – Contracts ......................................................................................................................................... 21 R&D CP ................................................................................................................................................................. 22 Spanish Feed-Ins CP .............................................................................................................................................. 23 SREC CP ................................................................................................................................................................ 24 Market Solves Best ................................................................................................................................................ 25 1
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F EED -I NS N EG DDI 2008 – GT D ONLAN Elections – Unpopular ............................................................................................................................................ 26 Politics – 1NC Unpopular ...................................................................................................................................... 27 Politics – 2NC Unpopular Wall ............................................................................................................................. 28 Link – Biz Con ....................................................................................................................................................... 29 Link – EU Trade DA .............................................................................................................................................. 30 Strategy Sheet Option One – States States CP Bush Good DA Spending DA Eco-Managerialism K Competitiveness Frontline Warming Frontline Option Two – Positive CP R&D CP Bush Good DA China Trade DA Business Confidence DA Eco-Managerialism K Competitiveness Frontline Warming Frontline The included frontlines are specific to just feed-ins. Insert your own competitiveness and warming turns as desired, or defense if you choose to go that route. If you want another off in the 1NC instead of 4 minutes of case, read Kyle’s Germany DA, Natty Gas, or Coal. 2
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F EED -I NS N EG DDI 2008 – GT D ONLAN 1NC Competitiveness (1/2) 1. Feed-ins won’t innovate – lack of downward pressure can’t sustain price market and lack of renewable options stalls development. Adam Browning , co-founder and Executive Director of Vote Solar, 2/5/200 8 , Feed-in Tariff versus Marginal Incentive, http://www.renewableenergyworld.com/rea/news/recolumnists/story?id=51362 The above discussion concerns distributed generation. But what about central station generation — that is, selling into wholesale markets? To get to where we need to be — where the majority of our electricity comes from renewables — we are going to need some pretty careful planning as to the time and place of delivery of our renewables, and similar attention must be paid to getting the right mix of non-renewables to make the whole system run efficiently. A feed-in tariff is too blunt an instrument to simultaneously: 1. Incentivize all the things that need to be valued (ability to deliver on peak, capacity, storage, etc ); 2. Result in downward pressure on prices for diverse technologies (who's going to sell at 5 cents/kWh if the feed-in tariff is 10 cents?); and 3. Deliver an efficient, highly managed resource portfolio of renewables — and the right mix of non-renewable dispatchable resources to complement. The simplicity of a feed-in tariff is appealing and effective for jumpstarting an industry in its infancy, but at high levels of market penetration a feed-in tariff will inevitably result in paying too much for electricity of lower value (e.g. off-peak wind) and not offering
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