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Solar Resource Knowledge Management: A New Task of the International Energy Agency

@inproceedings{Renne2006SolarRK,
  title={Solar Resource Knowledge Management: A New Task of the International Energy Agency},
  author={David S. Renné and Hans-Georg Beyer and Lucien Wald and Richard Meyer and Richard Perez and Paul W. Stackhouse},
  year={2006}
}
“Solar Resource Knowledge Management” is a new task approved by the International Energy Agency’s (IEA’s) Solar Heating and Cooling (SHC) Program. The concept for the task was developed over several years by an international consortium of solar resource experts who are involved in the use of weather satellite imagery for developing large-area site-time specific data and maps of the solar resource. The goal of IEA/SHC Task36 "Solar Resource Knowledge Management" is to provide the solar energy… 

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