Photovoltaic potential in a Lisbon suburb using LiDAR data

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Photovoltaic potential in a Lisbon suburb using LiDAR data

Dominik.Uhe
Keywords:   Photovoltaic potential; LiDAR; Urban; Lisbon

A procedure for estimating the photovoltaic (PV) potential of an urban region from LiDAR data using the Solar Analyst tool is described. The total PV potential of the 538 identified buildings is around 11.5 GWh/year for an installed capacity of 7 MW, which corresponds to 48% of the local electricity demand. It is shown that for a low PV penetration (about 10% of total roof area) the PV potential can be well estimated by considering no shade and local optimum inclination and orientation. For high PV penetration (i.e. covering all roof area available) the PV potential can be well estimated by considering a horizontal surface with the footprint area of the buildings. These results suggest a simple first-approximation estimation of the PV potential of an urban area without the need for a full 3D analysis of mutual shading on a Surface Digital Model.
(2011 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.)



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Further information: http://www4.fcsh.unl.pt:8000/~egeo/sites/default/files/dl/photovoltaic_potencial.pdf
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Re: Photovoltaic potential in a Lisbon suburb using LiDAR data

angela saade
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Dear Joana,
do you know this work on the potential study of Lisbon? Did Lisboa ENova contribute?

Regards,

Angela SAADE
Chargée de mission Photovoltaïque & Programmes Européens
European Programmes & Energy Consultant


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Le 11/01/12 16:39, Dominik.Uhe [via Solar urban planning] a écrit :
Keywords:   Photovoltaic potential; LiDAR; Urban; Lisbon

A procedure for estimating the photovoltaic (PV) potential of an urban region from LiDAR data using the Solar Analyst tool is described. The total PV potential of the 538 identified buildings is around 11.5 GWh/year for an installed capacity of 7 MW, which corresponds to 48% of the local electricity demand. It is shown that for a low PV penetration (about 10% of total roof area) the PV potential can be well estimated by considering no shade and local optimum inclination and orientation. For high PV penetration (i.e. covering all roof area available) the PV potential can be well estimated by considering a horizontal surface with the footprint area of the buildings. These results suggest a simple first-approximation estimation of the PV potential of an urban area without the need for a full 3D analysis of mutual shading on a Surface Digital Model.
(2011 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.)



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Further information: http://www4.fcsh.unl.pt:8000/~egeo/sites/default/files/dl/photovoltaic_potencial.pdf


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RE: Photovoltaic potential in a Lisbon suburb using LiDAR data

joanafernandes
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Hi Angela

 

No I did not knew of this study.

I will contact the authors and try to understand better how it was developed and where!

 

Back to you as soon as we have news!

 

Joana

 

De: angela saade [via Solar urban planning] [mailto:[hidden email]]
Enviada: quarta-feira, 11 de Janeiro de 2012 17:04
Para: joanafernandes
Assunto: Re: Photovoltaic potential in a Lisbon suburb using LiDAR data

 

Dear Joana,
do you know this work on the potential study of Lisbon? Did Lisboa ENova contribute?

Regards,

Angela SAADE
Chargée de mission Photovoltaïque & Programmes Européens
European Programmes & Energy Consultant

HESPUL énergies renouvelables & efficacité énergétique
114 bd du 11 novembre
69 100 Villeurbanne
Tel : +33 (0)4 37 47 80 90
Fax : +33 (0)4 37 47 80 99
http://www.hespul.org


Le 11/01/12 16:39, Dominik.Uhe [via Solar urban planning] a écrit :

Keywords:   Photovoltaic potential; LiDAR; Urban; Lisbon

A procedure for estimating the photovoltaic (PV) potential of an urban region from LiDAR data using the Solar Analyst tool is described. The total PV potential of the 538 identified buildings is around 11.5 GWh/year for an installed capacity of 7 MW, which corresponds to 48% of the local electricity demand. It is shown that for a low PV penetration (about 10% of total roof area) the PV potential can be well estimated by considering no shade and local optimum inclination and orientation. For high PV penetration (i.e. covering all roof area available) the PV potential can be well estimated by considering a horizontal surface with the footprint area of the buildings. These results suggest a simple first-approximation estimation of the PV potential of an urban area without the need for a full 3D analysis of mutual shading on a Surface Digital Model.
(2011 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.)



Photovoltaic potential map

Further information: http://www4.fcsh.unl.pt:8000/~egeo/sites/default/files/dl/photovoltaic_potencial.pdf


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