Photovoltaic System 4.04Photovoltaic System Prosumer Trade Simulation
Simulate the amortization of a Photovoltaic System over 20..40 years, including Prosumer Electricity Trading. Fine-tune as many cost, production, and revenue parameters as you want. See Total Amortization and relative Net Profit results over 20, 30, 40, 50 years, as you prefer. PV System allows for Return-on-Invest (ROI) and Ownership Cost (TCO) calculations over time, and allows to get a quick overview over possible scenarios and options.
Photovoltaic System 4.04 details
|Released:||Feb 1, 2019|
|File size:||4.32 MB|
|Keywords:||Dynamic Applications, Photovoltaic, PV System, Renewable Energy, Cost, Profit, Amortization, TCO, Profit, Home, Business, Calculation, Success, dynamicons, System Dynamics|
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Photovoltaic System for Windows 10 - Full description
Simulate the amortization of a Photovoltaic System over 20..40 years, including Prosumer Electricity Network Trading. Fine-tune as many cost-driving, efficiency, and sales parameters as you want. See Total Cost of Ownership (TCO), Total Amortization, Relative Net Profit, and Return on Invest (RoI) Target Results over 30 years. PV System allows for a complete Return-on-Invest calculation, and allows to get a quick overview over any possible scenario options. Photovoltaic System is the first standalone application based on the Predicted Desire platform of free 21st century business case models. Through automated ToolTips, the whole calculation is Transparent and fully self-explanatory. We're also protecting your privacy. No data gathering, no Server behind you. It's your business. We respect that. Dynamic Applications is a community approach. We define Customer Driven Development. Two user competitions allow everyone to vote on our best simulation ideas to do, as well as the product roadmap. Pay with a Tweet, and define the next big thing we publish.