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Giannini, Eugenia; Moropoulou, Antonia; Maroulis, Zacharias; Siouti, Glykeria (2015)
Publisher: Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute
Journal: Energies
Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects: renewable energy sources, feed in tariff; return on investment; turnkey cost; renewable energy sources, Technology, turnkey cost, T, return on investment, feed in tariff
jel: jel:Q0, jel:Q, jel:Q4, jel:Q47, jel:Q49, jel:Q48, jel:Q43, jel:Q42, jel:Q41, jel:Q40
Identifiers:doi:10.3390/en8076497
Recently, an interesting experiment was completed in Greece concerning photovoltaic penetration into the electricity production sector. Based on the relevant laws and in accordance to the related European directives, an explosive penetration process was completed in less than three years, resulting in a 7% share of photovoltaics in electricity production instead of the previous negligible share. The legislation was based on licensing simplification and generous feed-in-tariffs. This approach transformed photovoltaic technology from a prohibitively expensive to a competitive one. This work aims to summarize the relevant legislation and illustrate its effect on the resulting penetration. A sigmoid-shape penetration was observed which was explained by a pulse-type driving force. The return on investment indicator was proposed as an appropriate driving force, which incorporates feed-in-tariffs and turnkey-cost. Furthermore, the resulting surcharge on the electricity price due to photovoltaic penetration was also analyzed.
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