Approaches, Methods and Tools for Solar Energy in Urban Planning. IEA SHC Task 51/ Report B2

Bruun Jørgensen, Olaf and Dahlberg, Johan and Deschamps, Laurent and Delmas, Aymeric and Florio, Pietro and Frontini, Francesco and Garde, François and Giostra, Simone and Kanters, Jouri and Kappel, Karin and Korolkow, Margarethe and Tilmann, Kuhn and Lundgren, Marja and Munari Probst, Maria Cristina and Nault, Emilie and Nouvel, Romain and Peronato, Giuseppe and Polo Lopez, Cristina Silvia and Roecker, Christian and Scognamiglio, Alessandra and Stendorf Sørensen, Simon and Siems, Tanja and Simon, Katharina and Vettorato, Daniele and Voss, Karsten (2018) Approaches, Methods and Tools for Solar Energy in Urban Planning. IEA SHC Task 51/ Report B2. UNSPECIFIED. In: Lundgren, Marja and Dahlberg, Johan, (eds.) Approaches, Methods and Tools for Solar Energy in Urban Planning. IEA SHC Task 51, 0-89.

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Abstract

This report gathers and presents approaches, methods and tools that can support and facilitate daylight and solar energy considerations within urban planning processes. The report presents different ways to address existing building stock, new urban environments and landscape environments in relation to use of daylight and active solar. It addresses the need for spatial and energy planning that enhances solar energy while respecting cultural and historical heritage values in urban and landscape contexts.

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