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3.76% R$ 0.120 3.16% TOTAL ( R$/Wp) R$ 3.193 R$ 3.794 Composition of CAPEX CAPEX Structure 90 MW PV Plant (106.2 MWp) - 2017 Scenario
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Scenarios 2017 2018 2019 2020 CAPEX Local Modules (R$/Wp) R$ 3.79/Wp R$ 3.81/Wp R$ 3.78/Wp R$ 3.75/Wp CAPEX Imported Modules (R$/Wp) R$ 3.19/Wp R$ 3.21/Wp R$ 3.19/Wp R$ 3.17/Wp Exchange (R$/US$) R$ 3.19 R$ 3.30 R$ 3.30 R$ 3.30 Note. 1: Not only the modules were considered influenced by US Dollar and affected by the exchange rate. Note. 2: it was considered that all items, except the modules, had their prices stable in the 4 scenarios, varying only according to the exchange rate. CAPEX Composition CAPEX 90 MW Power Plant (106.2 MWp) - All Scenarios
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Energy Pricing Scenarios for a hypothetical 90 MW PV Plant
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Introduction This chapter aims to demonstrate the scenarios for 2017, 2018 and 2019 (for the PV Projects already contracted) and the 2018, 2019 and 2020 scenarios for new PV Projects demanded by future Auctions , in different CAPEX conditions and funding sources. The energy prices are hypothetical as they can vary significantly according the project Capital Structure and the investor return and risk profile. Scenarios 2017 2018 2019 2020 Power plants already contracted, with adjusted PPA. Power plants already contracted, with adjusted PPA. Power plants already contracted, with adjusted PPA. New power plants from LEN A-4 / 2017. New power plants from LEN A-4 / 2017, with adjusted PPA. New power plants from LEN A-4 / 2017, with adjusted PPA. 6 th , 7 th and 8 th LER LENA-4/2017 & 2018
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Boundary Conditions: As presented previously, some premises will be reopened to compose the scenarios of the study. The macroeconomic conditions for the scenarios of 2017, 2018, 2019 and 2020 will be kept. The funding conditions presented will be addressed in 2 Cases (one with Private Funding and another with Development Bank), as well as the initial cost composition (CAPEX) considering use of local modules and imported modules. Assumptions Economic Scenarios 2017, 2018, 2019 and 2020 Costs Composition CAPEX Local Modules Imported Modules Financial Fundraising Development Banks, Private Funding The 90 MW PV Plant
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The 90 MW Power Plant The following PV Plant configuration will be used in Study Case for the pricing models. Technical Characteristics Modules: Polycrystalline 330 Wp Inverters: Central 2 MW Structure: Single Axis Trackers of -50°/+50° Grid Connection: 69 kV Transmission Line: 10 km in 69 kV Power plant: 3 solar fields of 30 MW DC Power: 106.2 MWp AC Power: 90 MW Overload: 18% Inverters exchange: year 10 and year 20 (20 and 10 Million R$ respectively) 35.2 MWp 30 MW 106.2 MWp 90 MW 35.2 MWp 30 MW 35.2 MWp 30 MW
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The 90 MW Power Plant Generation Characteristics Productivity : 2.200 kWh/kW /year (considered the tracker gain) Capacity Factor: 25.11% Generated power/year: 233,640 MWh/year Electrical Loss: 3,5% Modules degradation year 1: 2,5% Modules degradation coming years: 0.85%/year 35.2 MWp 30 MW 106.2 MWp 90 MW 35.2 MWp 30 MW 35.2 MWp 30 MW Other Features Operation and Maintenance: 1.50% of CAPEX a year.
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