Posibilidades de desarrollo de la generacion distribuida en los regadios espanoles

El objetivo de este trabajo es analizar el potencial de instalacion de fuentes de energias renovables (eolica y mini-eolica) en explotaciones individuales y comunidades de regantes espanolas en base a un nuevo marco normativo de tarificacion electrica (medicion neta o generacion distribuida). Se ha caracterizado el consumo energetico de un regants individual y de una comunidad de regantes, consideradas representativas de diferentes caracteristicas y analizado posteriormente la viabilidad tecnica, economica y financiera de la instalacion de maquinaria para produccion de energia eolica teniendo en cuenta la tecnologia disponible y las condiciones propias de la explotacion. El sistema de tarificacion de medicion neta puede ser una propuesta tecnica y economicamente viable para el desarrollo futuro de los regadio espanoles. The aim of this paper is to analyze the renewable energy sources installation potential (wind and min-wind power). This study has been developed both on individual holdings and Spanish irrigation communities. It is based on a new regulatory framework for electricity pricing (net metering). We have analyzed the energy consumption of individual irrigators and irrigation communities, which represent their own characteristics. Furthermore, we have analyzed the technical, financial and economic installation of machinery for wind power production, given the technology available and the variety conditions of each exploitation. The charging system for net-metering can be technically and economically viable for the future development of irrigated Spanish lands.


Variant title:
Wind power Generation Development Possibilities in Irrigated Spanish Lands
Issue Date:
2012
Publication Type:
Journal Article
PURL Identifier:
http://purl.umn.edu/187179
Published in:
Revista Española de Estudios Agrosociales y Pesqueros, Number 233
Page range:
43-67
Total Pages:
25
JEL Codes:
Q42; Q 12; O13
Series Statement:
233




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