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  1. 1. Solar Atlas for theSouthern and Eastern MediterraneanCarsten Hoyer-KlickGerman Aerospace Center, Institute of Technical Thermodynamics,Department of Systems Analysis and Technology AssessmentLucien Wald, Lionel Menard, Philippe Blanc, Etienne Wey, Marcel Suri, Tomas Cebecauer, Thomas Huld,Houda Allal, Amel Bida, Maged Mahmoud, Ludger Lorych, Daniel Puig, Marcel Caner, MarionSchroedter-homscheidt, Christoph Schillings, Thomas Wanderer Folie 1 Solar Atlas for the Southern and Eastern Mediterranean > Carsten Hoyer-Klick > Stakholder Workshop Cairo > Nov. 1st, 2011
  2. 2. Motivation www.solar-med-atlas.org Solar radiation is the fuel of solar energy. Knowledge about its availability is crucial for the successful development of Solar energy policies Solar energy investments The knowledge on the solar resource is very uncertain in the Southern and Eastern Mediterranean Information on resources and potentials is essential to trigger developments Good Basic solar radiation information should be a public good (common investment for everybody’s profit, as e.g. infrastructures). Folie 2 Solar Atlas for the Southern and Eastern Mediterranean > Carsten Hoyer-Klick > Stakholder Workshop Cairo > Nov. 1st, 2011
  3. 3. Getting Renewable Energy to Work www.solar-med-atlas.org Technology data and learningAvailableResources Resource mapping Socio-economicWhich and policy data Political + Economic Frameworktechnologies Technical andare feasible? economical Potentials Setting the rightHow can RE Technologycontribute to the deployment scenarios Best practicesenergy system?How to get them into the Strategies formarket? Where to start? market developmentLegislation, incentives Political and financial Instruments Investments Folie 3 Solar Atlas for the Southern and Eastern Mediterranean > Carsten Hoyer-Klick > Stakholder Workshop Cairo > Nov. 1st, 2011
  4. 4. Project Development for www.solar-med-atlas.org Renewable Energy Systems Pre feasibility Finding suitable no market Resources few data (Atlas) sites with high resolution maps Feasibility Project development and economic evaluations Engineering 1200 Resources ground 1000 Detailed satellite 800 W/m² 600 400 (time series) 200 0 engineeringexisting commerical market 13 14 15 16 17 18 day in march, 2001 data and services available with site Engineering specific data with high Construction temporal resolution as input to Commissioning simulation software Operation Folie 4 Solar Atlas for the Southern and Eastern Mediterranean > Carsten Hoyer-Klick > Stakholder Workshop Cairo > Nov. 1st, 2011
  5. 5. Current Status of Resource Information www.solar-med-atlas.org Coarse public data sets of unknown quality Reanalysis data NASA SEE (100 km) PVGIS (only global horizontal radiation) Few regional assessments Often by interpolation of ground measurements Only global horizontal radiation Sometimes hard to access (e.g. only color maps in printed presentations) Folie 5 Solar Atlas for the Southern and Eastern Mediterranean > Carsten Hoyer-Klick > Stakholder Workshop Cairo > Nov. 1st, 2011
  6. 6. Objectives of the Solar-Med-Atlas www.solar-med-atlas.org Improve the resource data base by High resolution solar radiation mapping (GHI + DNI) based on satellite images Use of open and transparent state of the art algorithms Transparent validation of the data base Free access to monthly values Improve access by Open system architecture based on internet standards Easy to use web interface Downloadable data (monthly time series and maps) Web applications for data analysis Linking ancillary information (Socio-Economic, GIS data) Improve the knowledge data base for solar energy policy making and investments Folie 6 Solar Atlas for the Southern and Eastern Mediterranean > Carsten Hoyer-Klick > Stakholder Workshop Cairo > Nov. 1st, 2011
  7. 7. Project Consortium www.solar-med-atlas.org German Aerospace Center, Institute of Technical Thermodynamics, GeoModel Solar Department of Systems- Analysis and Technology Assessment (Coordinator) German Remote Sensing United Nations Data Center Environmental Programme, Division of Technology, Armines / Mines-ParisTech, Industry and Economics Centre Énergétique et Procédés OME, Observatoire Méditerranéen de l’Energie Transvalor RCREEE Regional Center European Commission, for Renewable Energy and Joint Research Center Energy Efficiency Ispra, Institute for Energy, Renewable Energy Unit Folie 7 Solar Atlas for the Southern and Eastern Mediterranean > Carsten Hoyer-Klick > Stakholder Workshop Cairo > Nov. 1st, 2011
  8. 8. Analyzed Region www.solar-med-atlas.org Folie 8 Solar Atlas for the Southern and Eastern Mediterranean > Carsten Hoyer-Klick > Stakholder Workshop Cairo > Nov. 1st, 2011
  9. 9. Possible Target Groups www.solar-med-atlas.org Policy makers, public agencies and governments Industry and investors NGO’s and academic institutes The general public Grid operators and utilities Folie 9 Solar Atlas for the Southern and Eastern Mediterranean > Carsten Hoyer-Klick > Stakholder Workshop Cairo > Nov. 1st, 2011
  10. 10. Networking with Collaborative www.solar-med-atlas.orgInformation Systems Solar resources data A (e.g. DLR) provider Data broker Solar data resources B (e.g. user interface provider Mines-ParisTech) data geographical data, land use, data infrastructure, provider provider e.g. public agenciesCommunication with openand standardized internetprotocols Policy data base set up of the architecture within e.g. IEA, UNEP, REN21 the framework of GEOSS Folie 10 Solar Atlas for the Southern and Eastern Mediterranean > Carsten Hoyer-Klick > Stakholder Workshop Cairo > Nov. 1st, 2011
  11. 11. Solar-Med-Atlas Infrastructure www.solar-med-atlas.org Folie 11 Solar Atlas for the Southern and Eastern Mediterranean > Carsten Hoyer-Klick > Stakholder Workshop Cairo > Nov. 1st, 2011
  12. 12. User Interface Google API: www.solar-med-atlas.org Easy to use Information tabs, applications Site selection, read average values Basic socio economic information Folie 12 Solar Atlas for the Southern and Eastern Mediterranean > Carsten Hoyer-Klick > Stakholder Workshop Cairo > Nov. 1st, 2011
  13. 13. More Services to Come www.solar-med-atlas.org Solar radiation on inclined planes Site evaluation and ranking (eventually) Assessment of technical potentials Folie 13 Solar Atlas for the Southern and Eastern Mediterranean > Carsten Hoyer-Klick > Stakholder Workshop Cairo > Nov. 1st, 2011
  14. 14. User interface sample – www.solar-med-atlas.orgPotential assessments Technical Potential - Spain 800 Electricity Potential [TWh/y] 700 600 500 400 300 200 100 0 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 > 0 00 0 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 28 DNI [kWh/m²a] Technical Potential: 1646 TWh/y (DNI > 1800 kWh/m²/y) Economic Potential: 1278 TWh/y (DNI > 2000 kWh/m²/y) Power Demand 2000: 213 TWh/y Folie 14 Solar Atlas for the Southern and Eastern Mediterranean > Carsten Hoyer-Klick > Stakholder Workshop Cairo > Nov. 1st, 2011
  15. 15. User Feedback www.solar-med-atlas.org We want to develop a web portal for the help of policy planers and investors in the target region To improve the portal to your needs, we need your feedback! User workshops: ISES Solar World, you are here Nov. 1st, just before the Desertec Conference in Cairo Website: www.solar-med-atlas.com User Questionnaire available at the website! Folie 15 Solar Atlas for the Southern and Eastern Mediterranean > Carsten Hoyer-Klick > Stakholder Workshop Cairo > Nov. 1st, 2011
  16. 16. Questions www.solar-med-atlas.org Your profession Type of solar technology? Which type of solar technology are you working with: PV, solar water heating, concentrating solar power, solar buildings or something else? What are typical sizes of the systems you are interested in kW or MW or m². Which parameters of solar radiation data do you need? Please describe shortly which parameters you use for your work: Global horizontal radiation, Direct normal radiation, clear sky days, sunshine hours, or similar. Which resolution do you use or would like to use: hourly data, daily, monthly or annual values. Do you need any ancillary data as temperature, wind speed, pressure, humidity, or similar. Which parameters do you need? Folie 16 Solar Atlas for the Southern and Eastern Mediterranean > Carsten Hoyer-Klick > Stakholder Workshop Cairo > Nov. 1st, 2011
  17. 17. Questions II www.solar-med-atlas.org Which features do you need? When you look at the portal for the “Solar Atlas for the Mediterranean” at http://www.solar-med-atlas.com which features do you like most or are the most beneficial to you? Do you miss any feature or do you have any ideas for new features and web applications which would help to improve your work. Do you know features from other portals which you like and should be included in this Atlas? Which languages do you need? Folie 17 Solar Atlas for the Southern and Eastern Mediterranean > Carsten Hoyer-Klick > Stakholder Workshop Cairo > Nov. 1st, 2011
  18. 18. Questions III www.solar-med-atlas.org Which data formats do you need? Which software do you use for your further analysis, e.g. for technical and economic simulations and analysis. What type of data format would you prefer: Plain ASCII, typical Spreadsheet formats as Microsoft Excel? Do you need maps, if yes, which formats would you prefer: jpg-images, nedcdf, shape-files, geoTIFF or anything else? Which are useful web-applications for your work? Which are useful applications for further processing of the data on the portal, e.g. conversion to any kind of tilted surface, or similar? Folie 18 Solar Atlas for the Southern and Eastern Mediterranean > Carsten Hoyer-Klick > Stakholder Workshop Cairo > Nov. 1st, 2011
  19. 19. Thank you ! www.solar-med-atlas.org Questions and Feedback Carsten.Hoyer-Klick@dlr.de Folie 19 Solar Atlas for the Southern and Eastern Mediterranean > Carsten Hoyer-Klick > Stakholder Workshop Cairo > Nov. 1st, 2011

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