Electricity Self-Generation Costs for Industrial Companies in Cameroon
AbstractIndustrial production in developing countries (DC) is frequently perturbed by electric energy supply difficulties. To overcome this problem, generators are used in self-generation of energy, but this leads to an increase of electricity-related expenses. This article assesses the impact of electricity self-generation on Cameroonian industrial companies. The model described in this article is based on data collected through a survey of a representative sample of industrial companies and from numerous previous thematic and statistical studies. The results of our analyses show that expenses related to electricity in industrial companies in Cameroon have increased five times due to electricity rationing and untimely power cuts. The article also suggests some solutions to improve the electricity self-generation capacity of industrial companies. View Full-Text
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Thomas , T.T.; Alexis, K.; Salomon, D.B. Electricity Self-Generation Costs for Industrial Companies in Cameroon. Energies 2010, 3, 1353-1368.
Thomas TT, Alexis K, Salomon DB. Electricity Self-Generation Costs for Industrial Companies in Cameroon. Energies. 2010; 3(7):1353-1368.Chicago/Turabian Style
Thomas , Tamo Tatietse; Alexis, Kemajou; Salomon, Diboma Benjamin. 2010. "Electricity Self-Generation Costs for Industrial Companies in Cameroon." Energies 3, no. 7: 1353-1368.