Vol. 20 Núm. 1 (2022): Revista Fuentes, el reventón energético
Artículos

Análisis DOFA para la evaluación del potencial de energía eólica en Colombia

Juliana Martínez-Hernández
Fundación Universidad de América.
Nicolas Parra-Reyes
Environmental Engineering, Universidad Distrital Francisco José de Caldas
Laura E. Guerrero-Martin
Environmental Engineering, Universidad Distrital Francisco José de Caldas
Leidy Stefanny Camacho-Galindo
Fundación de Educación Superior San José
Raúl Salinas Silva
Fundación de Educación Superior San José
William Alberto Guerrero
Fundación de Educación Superior San José
Camilo Andrés Guerrero-Martin
Laboratório de Ensino de Engenharia de Poço e Reservatórios, Faculty of Petroleum Engineering, Federal University of Pará, Salinópolis

Publicado 2022-06-30

Palabras clave

  • Energía eólica,
  • análisis DOFA,
  • Europa,
  • Colombia,
  • Simulación técnica y financiera

Cómo citar

Martínez-Hernández , J. ., Parra-Reyes, N. ., Guerrero-Martin, L. E. ., Camacho-Galindo , L. S. ., Salinas Silva, R. ., Guerrero, W. A. ., & Guerrero-Martin , C. A. . (2022). Análisis DOFA para la evaluación del potencial de energía eólica en Colombia . Revista Fuentes, El reventón energético, 20(1), 43–78. https://doi.org/10.18273/revfue.v20n1-2022005

Resumen

La demanda y oferta energética en Colombia ha venido en aumento, aunque teniendo en cuenta que las producciones de energías renovables en el territorio no tienen porcentajes altos, se puede observar un mercado económicamente viable para la inversión y obtención de capital, es por esto que, en Colombia en zonas específicas, como lo son las áridas, se pueden implementar el desarrollo de plantas y parques eólicas a corto plazo, con apoyos económicos y sociales de parte del gobierno. Sin embargo, las capacidades que tiene Colombia se deben ver comparadas con las experiencias que tienen países con altas producciones de energía eólica como los países miembros de la comunidad Schengen, y conocer de esta forma en que se puede mejorar y como aprovechar las oportunidades que brinda el territorio colombiano con sus fortalezas y debilidades en un mercado variable como lo es el de energías renovables actualmente. Por otra parte, Uno de los objetivos fundamentales de este trabajo es evaluar técnicamente el proyecto, así como el costo nivelado de energía para cumplir con los requerimientos de demanda energética.

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