Energy Supply for Buildings with Focus on Solar Power in the Urban Context - An Interactive Webtool for Citizens

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Abstract

Many cities nowadays offer Web-GIS applications to view data about solar potentials for buildings. However, the actual benefit of such solar data can only be investigated, if it is not considered singularly, but in combination with information about temporal appearance of energy demand (heat & electricity), type of heating system, hourly internal consumption of photovoltaic power and other aspects. Hence, the presented analysis tool addresses citizens, who are interested in the integration of solar power in buildings and would like to have an extended view on related impacts. The tool was developed within the Central Europe project .,Cities on Power".

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Castellazzi, B., Biberacher, M., & Hausl, S. (2016). Energy Supply for Buildings with Focus on Solar Power in the Urban Context - An Interactive Webtool for Citizens. In Energy Procedia (Vol. 97, pp. 156–163). Elsevier Ltd. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.egypro.2016.10.044

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