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Evaluation of "subside elimination policies" economical effects on applying photovoltaic systems for commercial buildings in Iran

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4 Author(s)
Sedaghat, B. ; Monenco Iran Consulting Co., Iran ; Jalilzadeh, S. ; Sajedinia, E.R. ; Zamanfar, N.

PV system establishment needs full investment which must be economical versus network energy cost. This analysis is one of the most important parts of a solar system design. In Tehran the shape of the load curve of a commercial buildings and the form of the sun radiation curve are alike. By considering this coincidence there could be a way to use solar power to supply a part of the demand. According to strategic plan of the administration, the energy subsides must be eliminated and energy prices will be increased to the actual price in 5 years. In this study a grid connected PV system will be analyzed in different increasing scenarios to indicate when a PV system should be considered for application in grid connected commercial buildings. Tehran solar data and energy prices will be used for this analysis.

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Thermal Power Plants (CTPP), 2011 Proceedings of the 3rd Conference on

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18-19 Oct. 2011

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