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Getting Solar Energy to Work: Resource Assessment by Remote Sensing as a Base for Investment Decisions

Abstract : The Earth is endowed with abundant renewable energy resources, especially solar. These resources are however not fully exploited at the moment despite their recognized benefits. In order to establish appropriate instruments and strategies for the market introduction of renewables, well founded information on demand and resources, technologies and applications is essential. As a first step, an in-depth analysis of the available solar resources is needed. This can be delivered by remote sensing methods.
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Carsten Hoyer-Klick, Franz Trieb, Christoph Schillings, Lucien Wald, Thomas Huld, et al.. Getting Solar Energy to Work: Resource Assessment by Remote Sensing as a Base for Investment Decisions. IEEE Earthzine, IEEE Committee on Earth Observation (ICEO), 2010, http://www.earthzine.org/2009/05/05/getting-solar-energy-work-resource-assessment-remote-sensing-bas. ⟨hal-00487205⟩

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