Lcc or Life Cycle Cost is a measure of how much an investment costs during its lifetime.
The interest rate used for investments after inflation, ie real interest rates.
Over what period the calculation should be made.
Refers to the price of the energy supplied to the device.
Energy price development
Refers to how energy prices develop during the calculation period excluding inflation.
The cost of the current investment.
The annual cost of maintenance work that needs to be done on the appliance.
Maintenance costs development
Refers to how maintenance costs develop during the calculation period excluding inflation.
The energy needed to supply the device per year.
The value of the investment that remains after the calculation period has expired.
Present value is the estimated value of an investment's future cash flow. The investment is profitable if the present value exceeds the investment cost.