This article analyzes a real problem using deontological and ethical principles for decision making before the implementation of distributed generation plants, in this case we will use as an example the photovoltaic panels (PFV), taking into account the benefits and problems generated to the environment and users. In addition, we analyze the technical problems that are generated when connecting them to the main distribution network, thus, the consequences that this brings to society in common due to the failures of the electrical system. This article attempts to raise awareness of state policies, and generate aid towards renewable distributed generation projects because currently most power plants use fossil resources for their production, contributing greatly to environmental pollution due to the expulsion of large amounts of carbon dioxide to the ozone layer.
|Translated title of the contribution||Ethics Applied To A Distributed Photovoltaic Power Plant|
|Original language||Spanish (Ecuador)|
|Journal||Observatorio De La Economía Latinoamericana|
|State||Published - 30 May 2019|