Best Practices for Photovoltaic Household Electrification by Anil Cabraal, Mac Cosgrove-Davies, Loretta Schaeffer

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For these reasons, automotive batteries are more commonly used. Should the demand for deepcycle batteries increase, then lower-cost local manufacture of such batteries can help reduce life-cycle costs. Economies of Scale in Production and Sales. Production costs depend heavily on volume. As demand increases, the costs of manufacturing solar home systems should fall. As more suppliers enter the market, competition should also drive prices down. Support Service Costs. Support services costs will also fall as sales volume per dealer increases, spreading the fixed costs of sales and servicing over a larger number of units.

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Pricing and repayment arrangements should capture households' ability and willingness to pay. For example, evidence suggests that consumer willingness and capacity to pay is influenced more by the size of the down payment for solar home systems than by the number or the size of the monthly payments. Flexible payment schemes may be needed for households with irregular income streams. 7. Grants and Subsidies. A judicious use of grants and subsidies can help implement household PV programs. To assure sustainable programs, such assistance should be used to build market infrastructure through planning, promotion, training, feasibility studies, quality assurance, and similar activities, or limited equity to reduce the capital costs of a project.

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