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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2005GIS-based Assessment of Straw Energy Resource in the European UnionSURI MARCEL; EDWARDS ROBERT; HULD THOMAS; DALLEMAND JEAN-FRANCOISContributions to Conferences
2006A GIS-based System for Performance Assessment of Solar Energy Systems over Large Geographical RegionsHULD THOMAS; SURI MARCEL; DUNLOP EWANContributions to Conferences
2007High-Resolution Digital Elevation Model for Improved PV Yield EstimatesCEBECAUER Tomas; HULD THOMAS; SURI MARCELContributions to Conferences
2005Integration of Helioclim-1 Database into PV-GIS to Estimate Solar Electricity Potential in AfricaDUNLOP EWAN; HULD THOMAS; SURI MARCEL; WALD LUCIEN; ALBUISSON MichelContributions to Conferences
2006Is Solar Electricity in Europe Expensive?DUNLOP EWAN; HULD THOMAS; SURI MARCEL; OSSENBRINK HEINZContributions to Conferences
2006Online Data and Tools for Estimation of Solar Electricity in Africa - the PVGIS ApproachSURI MARCEL; HULD THOMAS; DUNLOP EWAN; ALBUISSON Michel; WALD LucienContributions to Conferences
2007Open Source Solar Radiation Tools for Environmental and Renewable Energy ApplicationsHOFIERKA Jaroslav; HULD THOMAS; CEBECAUER Tomas; SURI MARCELContributions to Conferences
2007Optimisation of Interpolation Parameters Using Cross-validationHOFIERKA Jaroslav; CEBECAUER Tomas; SURI MARCELArticles in books
2007Potential of Solar Electricity Generation in the European Union Member States and Candidate CountriesSURI MARCEL; HULD THOMAS; DUNLOP EWAN; OSSENBRINK HEINZArticles in Journals
2005Putting PV on the map. Internet tools for solar resource assessment in EuropeSURI MARCEL; HULD THOMAS; DUNLOP EWANArticles in Journals
2005PV-GIS, a Web Based Solar Radiation Database for the Calculation of PV Potential in Europe.SURI Marcel; HULD Thomas; DUNLOP EwanArticles in Journals
2005PV-GIS, a Web Based Solar Radiation Database for the Calculation of PV Potential in Europe.SURI Marcel; HULD Thomas; DUNLOP EwanArticles in Journals
2005PV-GIS, Internet Tools for Solar Energy Resource Assessments in EuropeSURI Marcel; HULD Thomas arne; DUNLOP E.d.Articles in Journals
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; MONER GERONA MAGDA; JAEGER-WALDAU ARNULFEUR - 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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