COMPARATIVAS DE METODOLOGÍAS DE TOMA DE DECISIÓN AHP/ANP EN CASO DE ESTUDIO DE ENERGÍAS RENOVABLES EN LA REPÚBLICA DOMINICANA
Guerrero-Liquet, Guido C.
Sánchez-Lozano, Juan Miguel
García-Cascales, M. Socorro
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In the energy sector, the Dominican Republic offers an opportunity for domestic and foreign investment for urbanized areas with the introduction of a legal framework where renewable energy producers receive legal benefits and tax exemptions. This leads us to believe that emerging countries should start to implement the methods used worldwide to make clear decisions. A study was performed in which we applied and compared the Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP) and the Analytic Process Network (ANP) methodologies for the best places to install solar panels on a government building in the Dominican Republic. Experts belonging to the sector were surveyed to verify the advantages and disadvantages offered by these decision-making methods, so that concrete priorities in developing viable projects are achieved. Comparing these methods provides graphical tools to measure the consistency of certain opinions, and modeling the case study it is found that there are several different indicators that assess the complexity of the methodology to obtain robust results. Keywords: Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP); Analytic Network Process (ANP); Dominican Republic (DR); Renewable Energy (RES).
- CIDIP 2014 (Alcañiz)