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Modeling lost production in the Gulf of Mexico-I: Redevelopment economics and impact assessment

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2011

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Kaiser, M.J., Dismukes, D.E., and Yu, Y., 2011, Modeling lost production in the Gulf of Mexico-I: Redevelopment economics and impact assessment: Energy Sources Part B: Economics, Planning & Policy, v. 6, iss. 3, 10 p.

Summary

The necessity to reduce greenhouse gases emission produced by energy building consumptions and to cut the energy bill (mainly due to the use of fossil sources) leads to the employment of renewable energy sources in new planned scenarios. In particular, more and more often municipal energy and environmental plans pay great attention to the possibilities of employment of the solar technologies at urban scale. Solar thermal and photovoltaic (PV) systems are, by far, the most suitable tools to be utilized in urban areas. Obviously, the proper adoption of such systems in buildings does call for the availability of calculation methods suitable to provide the actual level of exploitation of solar energy in urban layouts. In this work, a procedure [...]

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