I do have a question regarding the optimisation of solar power systems and feed-in compensation.
If I define one sink as “excess energy” and define the variable cost negative, OEMOF does take the negative cost into account for the optimisation. In my scenario I took the hourly energy consumption of a three-person household spread out over a year. If I let OEMOF run the optimisation and defined the PV-sink (invest=1300, lifetime=20, wacc=0.038) as well as defining the “excess energy” (nominal_value = 567, variable_cost=-0.0816) , OEMOF wants a PV with a power of 567 kWp.
Which is definitely to much, a test with online tools suggested around 6 – 10 kWp. Is there anyway to get a solution around this power without completely removing the nominal_value of the “excess energy”?