Environmental impact assessment of electricity production by photovoltaic system using GEOSS recommendations on interoperability

Abstract : Within the Architecture Implementation Pilot (AIP-3) of GEOSS, we have developed a scenario called "environmental impact assessment of the production, transportation and use of energy for the photovoltaic (PV) sector through Life Cycle Assessment (LCA)". It aims at providing decision-makers and policy-planners with reliable and geo-localized knowledge of several impacts induced by various technologies of the PV sector. The scenario is implemented in the GEOSS Common Infrastructure (GCI) and benefits from the GEOSS interoperability arrangements. The FP7-co-funded EnerGEO project provides a GEOSS compliant Catalogue Service for the Web (CSW) that permits to discover the Web Processing Service (WPS) allowing computation of the environmental impact. A WebGIS client provided by the FP7-co-funded GENESIS platform allows users to interact with geospatial data and computation processes. This scenario has proven to be an efficient tool to disseminate knowledge on environmental impacts related to PV because of the GEOSS capabilities in interoperability.
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Lionel Ménard, Benoît Gschwind, Isabelle Blanc, Didier Beloin-Saint-Pierre, Lucien Wald, et al.. Environmental impact assessment of electricity production by photovoltaic system using GEOSS recommendations on interoperability. 25th EnviroInfo Conference 'Environmental Informatics', Oct 2011, Ispra (VA), Italy. pp.765-774. ⟨hal-00630628⟩

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