Lazzeroni P., Olivero S., Repetto M.
Titre Ouvrage:Economic perspective for PV under new Italian regulatory framework
Édition:Renewable and Sustainable Energy Review, vol. 71
A PV market decrease in Italy has been observed in the last years due to the closure of the feed-in-tariff contribution from the Italian Government. However, a new opportunity introduced by the Italian Authority for Energy (AEEGSI) could represent a possible driver for the Italian PV market. A resolution of the AEEGSI has introduced in 2013 the technical and economic rules for a new way of exchanging power between two companies: one energy producer based on Renewable Energy Sources (RES) and a final End-User. This new opportunity paves the way for new PV investments and an increase in RES consumption, since energy can be traded free from the network charges. A mutual advantage is in fact present for both RES producers and End-Users: RES producers sell their energy locally at a price higher than that the zonal-market one, while End-User energy bill is reduced. The present study defines a method for finding the best match between Producer and End-User advantages by stating the rules for the definition of the optimum sizing of a PV plant supplying a local industrial company. Net-metering contribution is also considered as a further economic boost for investment in the PV market.
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