Quality management of electricity service with photovoltaic generation distributed in rural area
Keywords:distribute generation, local development, photovoltaic, rural electrification, sustainable
The need to search for new energy models that are integrally sustainable for the present and the future, especially photovoltaic solar energy that would contribute to a radical change in Manabí Ecuador where populations are living in rural areas away from the electricity grid, which causes impacts negative economic and in some rural electrification projects, and low quality have oriented national policies towards the search for the best alternatives, such as renewable sources, that is, the efficient use of resources and the increase in reliability, coverage, and quality in the electrical supply that Manabí has. Emphasizing "good living" as an objective of the Ecuadorian government, meeting its needs for the development of its agricultural, artisanal, commercial and industrial activities. Thus, avoiding that due to lack or poor quality of energy that prevents them from being able to carry out an activity typical of the countryside or rural areas, these people migrate to the cantonal headwaters, further thickening the cords of misery. The work presents an analysis on the quality of the electric service in isolated areas of the Chone municipality, proposing solutions that can improve the quality of the service, through sustainable energy planning using indigenous resources from the territory.
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