TITLE

Barreras para la implementación de generación distribuida: dos representantes de países desarrollados vs. un representante de país en desarrollo

AUTHOR(S)
Castillo RamÍRez, Alejandro
PUB. DATE
June 2011
SOURCE
Tecnura;2011, Vol. 15 Issue 29, p62
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Nowadays there are several renewable energy technologies that transform natural energy from energy available to humans. In this article, we review the barriers that do not facilitate the implementation of renewable energy technologies in the system for interconnection of two representatives of developed countries (Denmark and Spain) as well as a representative of developing countries (Chile). From the above, is that representatives of developed countries have led to a significant penetration of renewable energy sources within their territories, in contrast to the representative of the underdeveloped countries, where those are in a transition phase. Hence, probably the strategies implemented by developed countries are a model for developing countries. Finally, we conclude that all causes problems contribute to increasing investment costs of renewable energy sources, in effect, given that these costs should be less than the benefits generated by those on promoting their real penetration in the developing countries.
ACCESSION #
70148209

 

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