Grid parity, where the cost of the kilowatt-hour produced by photovoltaics is less than the price of the kilowatt-hour acquired from the grid, is a recent success that in Italy made photovoltaics competitive even without incentives, and leads the continuing record-breaking growth at the global level of this technology. In this work, we show a sensitivity analysis for the Levelized Cost of Energy in the Italian domestic photovoltaic market. Moreover, we also propose a sensitivity analysis regarding the payback time related to the investment in a PV plant considering a 50% tax-reduction that is today available in the Italian market.

Grid parity in the Italian domestic PV market a sensitivity analysis

PAULI, FRANCESCO;SULLIGOI, GIORGIO;LUGHI, VANNI;MASSI PAVAN, ALESSANDRO
2015

Abstract

Grid parity, where the cost of the kilowatt-hour produced by photovoltaics is less than the price of the kilowatt-hour acquired from the grid, is a recent success that in Italy made photovoltaics competitive even without incentives, and leads the continuing record-breaking growth at the global level of this technology. In this work, we show a sensitivity analysis for the Levelized Cost of Energy in the Italian domestic photovoltaic market. Moreover, we also propose a sensitivity analysis regarding the payback time related to the investment in a PV plant considering a 50% tax-reduction that is today available in the Italian market.
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