I have a project that is excellent in return because the production of solar energy in Brazil brings good return on capital, because the concessionaire absorbs 100% of the energy and the sale is guaranteed, the investment consists of the acquisition of solar panels, inverters, transformers and property rural where the plant will be installed, 100% safe and honest can be partner or loan, energy production pays well here and we need 5mw initial production with guaranteed return.
Solar energy has experienced phenomenal growth in recent years due to technological improvements that have resulted in cost reductions and government policies that support the development and use of renewable energy. This study analyzes the technical, economic and political aspects of the development and deployment of solar energy. Although the cost of solar energy has fallen rapidly in the recent past, it still remains much higher than the cost of conventional energy technologies. Like other renewable energy technologies, solar energy benefits from fiscal and regulatory incentives, including credit and tax exemptions, food tariffs, preferential interest rates, renewable portfolio standards and voluntary green energy programs in many countries. Emerging carbon credit markets are expected to offer additional incentives to deploy solar energy; however, the scale of incentives provided by existing carbon market instruments, such as the Clean Development Mechanism of the Kyoto Protocol, is limited. Despite the enormous technical potential, the development and large-scale deployment of solar technologies around the world still has to overcome a number of technical, financial, regulatory and institutional barriers. Continued political support may be needed for several decades to maintain and increase solar energy growth in both developed and developing countries. The development and large-scale deployment of solar technologies around the world has yet to overcome a number of technical, financial, regulatory and institutional barriers. Continued political support may be needed for several decades to maintain and increase solar energy growth in both developed and developing countries. The development and large-scale deployment of solar technologies around the world has yet to overcome a number of technical,
Greener, a Brazilian consulting and market research company, has produced a report entitled «Strategic Study |Photovoltaic Market of Distributed Generation — 1st Semester / 2018 „to present data on the prices of photovoltaic energy generation in Brazil.
According to this survey, prices related to the installation of solar energy systems have fallen very rapidly.Check out some of the highlights:
Prices of micro and mini-generation photovoltaic systems (up to 5 megawatts) were reduced by 24% in 2017;
Labor services also declined, showing a 36% reduction in the period of one year — in an analysis that compared January 2017 with January 2018;
These reductions can be noticed in systems installations of different production capacities.For a 50 kW system, the reduction was 25% (reducing from R $ 5.88 / Wp, to R $ 4.39 / Wp).For a 300 kW system, the decrease was 23% (reducing from R $ 5.31 / Wp to R $ 4.07 / Wp).
Solar energy is a growing trend in Brazil. A number of residential customers, merchants and Brazilian schools are looking to install solar energy systems to take full advantage of them — including not having to deal with energy market uncertainties (sudden increases in light bill, for example) and costs of energy use.
In addition, solar energy is a source of renewable energy that has increasingly lower installation costs — which also attracts the interest of the Brazilian government and promotes the emergence of incentives.
Solcial is the first social program of solar energy in Brazil that gives access to all this source of renewable energy.
Minas Gerais is the first Brazilian state to grant ICMS exemption for solar energy.
The National Bank for Economic and Social Development — BNDES offers financing for photovoltaic plants to bring technology to Brazil and generate jobs.
Solarimético Atlas Brasileiro: Map of the solar resource in the whole national territory.
In 2013 there was the public R & D call that enabled the builder of several mini solar plants in Brazil
The first solar energy auction in Brazil occurred in 2014 and was a success in contracting 1, 000MW of average apx.
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Brazil, Minas Gerais
Project price: 10 000 000
Investments volume: 6 000 000