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Photovoltaics in the Urban Environment Lessons Learnt from Large Scale Projects

Edited By: Bruno Gaiddon, Henk Kaan and Donna Munro
192 pages, index, photos, graphs, site plans
Publisher: Earthscan
Photovoltaics in the Urban Environment
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About this book

The concept of cities as potential photovoltaic power plants is rapidly gaining prominence, but until now there has been no large scale study of the impacts of such development on urban fabric and infrastructure, or on inhabitants.

This book, based on wide-ranging studies supported by the European Commission and International Energy Agency, is the first to properly address these issues. It sets out by looking at the implications on planning policy of PV in the urban environment, and giving an overview of the implementation and occupation processes. It then moves on to present detailed case studies from a range of European cites, examining the role of large scale PV installations in urban renewal and new urban area development stretching back over 15 years. It ends with a review of technical guidelines for PV, and regulation/legalities surrounding planning, building and grid connection.

The book will form an essential resource for planners and developers who are considering including large scale PV in their plans and who want to understand what has (or hasn't) worked, and why.

Contents

Preface
Introduction
1. Urban Planning with Photovoltaics
2. Case-Studies of Existing Urban Areas with Photovoltaics:
Australia, Sydney Olympics Village
Austria, Gleisdorf
France, Grand-Lyon, La Darnaise
Germany, Freiburg, Schlierberg Solar Estate
Italy, Alessandria
Japan, Jvosai Town
Netherlands, Hal Region, 'City Of The Sun'
Netherlands, Amsterdam, Nieuw Sloten
Netherlands, Nieuwland
Spain, Barcelona
Sweden, Malm#
UK, Kirklees
UK, London, Croydon
3. Case-Studies of Urban Areas with Plans for PV in the Future:
Denmark, Valby, Sol I Valby
France, Saint-Priest, Les Hauts De Feuilly
France, Lyon, Lyon-Confluence
Germany, Solar Urban Planning Berlin
Germany, Solar Housing Estate Cologne-Wahn
Germany, Solar Quarter Gelsenkirchen-Bismarck
Portugal, Lisbon, Bairro Do Padre Cruz
UK, Port of Barrow Redevelopment
4. Regulatory Framework and Financing
5. Design Guidelines
Appendices
List of Contributors
Acknowledgements
Source for Further Information
Case-Study Matrix

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Biography

Bruno Gaiddon is Photovoltaic Unit Manager at HESPUL, a renewable energy consultancy based in Lyon, France. Hank Kaan is Senior Researcher at the Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands, ECN. Donna Munro is a renewable energy consultant working with Halcrow Group Ltd in the UK.
Edited By: Bruno Gaiddon, Henk Kaan and Donna Munro
192 pages, index, photos, graphs, site plans
Publisher: Earthscan
Media reviews
'In order to meet the challenges the world is facing we need nothing less than a global revolution in ways that energy is supplied and used...This book is the first kind of systematic collation of concrete urban scale PV projects and experience...I trust that [it] will find numerous readers among a broad range of professionals ranging from architects and engineers to urban planners and project developers.' From the Foreword by Stefan Nowak, Chairman, IEA PVPS 'For the first time, this book pulls together an analusis of a number of case studies looking at urban-scale photovoltaic applications...this title is pertinent to architects, engineers, urban planners and project developers with an interest in this area.' Helen Bowman, The Environmentalist magazine, 2010.
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