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Economic Feasibility Applied to Wind Energy Projects

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Author(s): Wagner Sousa de Oliveira | Antonio Jorge Fernandes

Journal: International Journal of Emerging Sciences
ISSN 2222-4254

Volume: 1;
Issue: 4;
Start page: 659;
Date: 2011;
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Keywords: Economic feasibility | Wind energy projects | Wind parks.

ABSTRACT
This paper focuses on the economic and financial assessments for renewable energy projects, especially wind energy. The objective of an economic feasibility analysis is to provide the information needed to make a judgment or a decision. The most complete analysis of an investment in a technology or a project requires the analysis of each year of the life of the investment, taking into account relevant direct costs, indirect and overhead costs, taxes, and returns on investment. However, it is important to consider the purpose and scope of a particular analysis at the outset because this will prescribe the course to follow. The perspective of the analysis is important, often dictating the approach to be used. Also, the ultimate use of the results of an analysis will influence the level of detail undertaken. The decision-making criteria of the potential investor must also be considered.

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