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|Title:||Upright, optimally-inclined and tracking grid-connected PV systems performance in Malta|
Franco Esteban, J. M.
Salvador Lopez, D.
Santana Zurita, L.
|Keywords:||Renewable energy sources -- Technological innovations -- Malta|
Energy conservation -- Malta
Photovoltaic power systems -- Technological innovations -- Malta
|Publisher:||University of Malta. Institute for Sustainable Energy|
|Citation:||Yousif, C., Franco Esteban, J. M., Salvador Lopez, D., & Santana Zurita, L. (2007). Upright, optimally-inclined and tracking grid-connected PV systems performance in Malta. 22nd European Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conference & Exhibition, Milan. 3205-3208.|
|Abstract:||The potential for rooftop installations of PV systems is gradually decreasing, as higher buildings are constructed in place of traditional two-storey terraced houses, with priority given to rooftop building services installations and other traditional practices, such as drying clothes. However, these same buildings now offer larger façades than the demolished houses,which could be utilised for PV cladding.|
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