R.Bajra Posted March 19, 2021 Report Share Posted March 19, 2021 Dear all, I am currently learning and testing you program for a university purposes and I came to a question regarding the tarrif set up. I will try to describe my problem: I draw the PV plant + added the yearly 1h measurements as a load profile + added the storage system. The load profile is quity constant during the night and day. The PV plant should be used, partly for self-consumption (high efficiency hidrolysis) and the overproduced production should be storeg in battery storage or sold to the grid - when battery is full. From this reason I have to define the tariffs exactly. I need to define following parameters: - the customer price (electricity cost EUR/kWh + other cost as distrubution cost, connection power cost, reactive and inductive power cost, other RES tax cost,...) - energy cost which will be potentialy bought from the grid (electricity cost EUR/kWh + other cost as distrubution cost, connection power cost, reactive and inductive power cost, other RES tax cost,...) - energy price sold to the grid (in case my battery is full). From your help I dont unterstand to to define such a case. Can you please explain how to set up such a case. Parameters are: Customer price: base: 76,92 EUR/kWh + Distrubution 21,2 EUR + others: 13,73 EUR/kWh Price from grid: base: 76,92 EUR/kWh + Distrubution 21,2 EUR + others: 13,73 EUR/kWh Energy sold to the grid: 52,75 EUR/kWh The problem, which I see is, that in the case of self consumption the gain for the customer is only for electricity base price + distrubution, bot other cost as connection power cost, etc. will stay. How do you perform such a simulation, is there any posibility to define the tariff more prices, f.e. with split costing? Also in which components (feed-in, net metering,...) you can define this? Thank you for you answer and looking forward fro your help. Regards, R. Bajra Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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