Dimensioning and Economic Feasibility Analysis of a Photovoltaic System Installed in a Manaus-AM Commercial Area

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Esdras Ramos da Silva
Livia da Silva Oliveira
David Barbosa de Alencar
Antônio Estanislau Sanches
Igor Felipe Oliveira Bezerra


This study aims to demonstrate the application of sizing and an analysis regarding the economic viability of a grid connected Photovoltaic System for a trade located in a commercial area of ​​Manaus - AM, considering the agents that influence the initial investment analysis. and end of project. Exposing the relevant concepts around grid-connected photovoltaic systems (SFCR) establishing regulatory standards governing insertion for distributed generation micro and mini connection systems and methods for project investment analysis. Presenting the analysis effect of the economic viability of the system using the discounted payback investment methods, the energy consumption, in kWh, in the trade and investment profit and, finally, the results and conclusions obtained through the method of Discounted Payback analysis, which shows the viability of the project from a technical and economic point of view, in order to meet and contribute to sustainability and conservation of the environment.


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Ramos da Silva, E., da Silva Oliveira, L., Barbosa de Alencar, D., Estanislau Sanches, A., & Felipe Oliveira Bezerra, I. (2019). Dimensioning and Economic Feasibility Analysis of a Photovoltaic System Installed in a Manaus-AM Commercial Area. International Journal for Innovation Education and Research, 7(10), 250-259. https://doi.org/10.31686/ijier.vol7.iss10.1768


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