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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2006Solar Electricity and Prospects of Its Generation in SlovakiaSURI MARCELArticles in Journals
2006Solar Energy Resource Management for Electricity Generation from Local Level to Global ScaleDUNLOP EWAN; WALD Lucien; SURI MARCELBooks
2007Solar Resource Modelling for Energy ApplicationsSURI MARCEL; HULD THOMAS; DUNLOP EWAN; HOFIERKA JaroslavArticles in books
2004Status Report 2004. Energy End-Use Efficiency and Electricity from Biomass, Wind and Photovoltaics and in the European UnionJAEGER WALDAU A.; BERTOLDI P.; DUNLOP E.d.; HULD Thomas arne; KAUTTO Niina; MACHIRANT Andrew; SCHOLZ Harald; SURI MarcelEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2007Status Report 2006DALLEMAND JEAN-FRANCOIS; EDWARDS ROBERT; HULD THOMAS; BLOEM JOHANNES; ATANASIU CONSTANTIN BOGDAN; BERTOLDI PAOLO; SURI MARCEL; SZABO Marta; SZABO SANDOR; SCARLAT Nicolae, et alEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2006Towards Designing an Integrated Earth Observation System for the Provision of Solar Energy Resource and AssessmentSTACKHOUSE Paul; RENNÉ David; BEYER Hans-Georg; WALD LUCIEN; MEYER Richard; SCHROEDTER-HOMSCHEIDT Marion; PEREZ Richard; SURI MARCELContributions to Conferences
2007Uncertainties in Solar Electricity Yield Prediction from Fluctuation of Solar RadiationSURI MARCEL; HULD THOMAS; DUNLOP EWAN; ALBUISSON Michel; LEFÈVRE Mireille; WALD LUCIENContributions to Conferences
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