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Revista hábitat sustentable

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MARIN LOPEZ, DIEGO SEBASTIÁN; ZALAMEA LEON, ESTEBAN FELIPE  e  BARRAGAN ESCANDON, EDGAR ANTONIO. PHOTOVOLTAIC POTENTIAL ON HIGH CONSUMPTION INDUSTRIAL BUILDINGS IN EQUATORIAL AREAS. Rev. hábitat sustentable [online]. 2018, vol.8, n.1, pp.28-41. ISSN 0719-0700.  http://dx.doi.org/10.22320/07190700.2018.08.01.03.

Industrial and residential buildings account for 60% of greenhouse gas emissions worldwide, and more specifically, they consume 62% of the electricity in Cuenca, Ecuador. The sun provides equatorial Andean countries with a consistent and relatively stable energy source throughout the year. Industrial plants have suitable surface areas on which to install solar photovoltaic (PV) panels. Using a volumetric survey of a high-consumption industrial plant, a roof intervention is proposed to achieve maximum usage of crystalline silicon solar panels. Aspects of indoor ventilation and natural lighting are also considered. Through a BIM (Building Information Modelling) software model and simulations using SAM@, it is expected that 22% of the current high level of electricity consumption can be supplied, which is equivalent to the residential demand of 17,328 inhabitants, or 2% of the total consumption

of the city. Although state fuel subsidy policies mean the proposal is not a profitable investment, this research demonstrates that it is an alternative that could be used to eliminate such policies, especially considering the fact that they are harmful both economically and environmentally.

Palavras-chave : solar energy; industrial buildings; energy efficiency; building-applied photovoltaics; BAPV.

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