Publications and released Documents

Member countries within the IEA Photovoltaic Power Systems Programm (PVPS) work together to compile country data and activities in a variety of publications - including task reports, naional reports, annual reports, statisic reports and a twice-yearly newsletter. The presentations of the workshops are released on this homepage.

Recently added or updated publications

    Document name Issue date Creator / Publisher Details
    Ascending
Descending
Ascending
Descending
Ascending
Descending
 
1National Survey Report of PV Power Applications in Sweden 2014National Survey Report of PV Power Applications in Sweden 20142015/06/29Johan Lindahl  /  Uppsala University
2National Survey Report of PV Power Applications in Switzerland 2014National Survey Report of PV Power Applications in Switzerland 20142015/07/01Pius Hüsser  /  Nova Energie GmbH
3National Survey Report of PV Power Applications in Norway 2014National Survey Report of PV Power Applications in Norway 2014(new)2015/07/01Oystein Holm  /  MultiConsult
4National Survey Report of PV Power Applications in Denmark 2014National Survey Report of PV Power Applications in Denmark 20142015/06/29Peter Ahm  /  PA Energy Ltd.
5Energy from the Desert - 2015 - Brochure   FactsheetsEnergy from the Desert - 2015 - Brochure Factsheets2015/06/04  /  IEA-PVPS Task 8
6Energy from the Desert - 2009 Edition - SummaryEnergy from the Desert - 2009 Edition - Summary2015/06/01  /  
7Annual Report 2014Annual Report 20142015/05/21IEA-PVPS  /  IEA-PVPS
8Power System Operation and Augmentation Planning with PV Integration T14 05 2015 LR 2Power System Operation and Augmentation Planning with PV Integration T14 05 2015 LR 22015/05/20  /  Task 14
9IEA-PVPS Task 1 - Snapshot of Global PV Markets 2014 - InfographicIEA-PVPS Task 1 - Snapshot of Global PV Markets 2014 - Infographic2015/03/30  /  
10IEA-PVPS Task 1 - Snapshot of Global PV Markets 2014 - Tables and FiguresIEA-PVPS Task 1 - Snapshot of Global PV Markets 2014 - Tables and Figures2015/03/30  /  
11IEA-PVPS Task 1 - A Snapshot of Global PV Markets 2014IEA-PVPS Task 1 - A Snapshot of Global PV Markets 20142015/03/30  /  
12IEA-PVPS Task 8 - Energy from the Desert - 2013 EditionIEA-PVPS Task 8 - Energy from the Desert - 2013 Edition2013/04/29  /  
13IEA-PVPS Task 12 - Life Cycle Inventories and Life Cycle Assessments of Photovoltaic Systems - 2015 Edition IEA-PVPS Task 12 - Life Cycle Inventories and Life Cycle Assessments of Photovoltaic Systems - 2015 Edition 2015/03/16  /  
14IEA-PVPS Task 12 - Life Cycle inventories and Life Cycle Assessments of Photovoltaic Systems - 2011 Edition IEA-PVPS Task 12 - Life Cycle inventories and Life Cycle Assessments of Photovoltaic Systems - 2011 Edition 2011/10/24IEA PVPS & Task 12  /  IEA PVPS & Task 12
15IEA-PVPS Task 12 - Life Cycle Assessment of Future Photovoltaic Electricity Production from Residential-scale Systems Operated in EuropeIEA-PVPS Task 12 - Life Cycle Assessment of Future Photovoltaic Electricity Production from Residential-scale Systems Operated in Europe2015/03/13  /  

Total number of rows in list: 15
  • Select page:
  • << previous
  • 1
  • next >>

single view - title hidden
Title:Policy Recommendations to Improve the Sustainability of Rural Water Supply Systems
Issue date:2012/06/22
Description:This paper outlines the various common problems experienced in rural water supply projects implemented by experts from the water and sanitation sector and projects implemented by experts from the field of photovoltaic energy. It is desirable to promote closer collaboration and enhanced information exchange between the water sector and the renewable energy sector to benefit from the solutions already developed for the identified problems. Recommendations have been developed to improve the sustainability of rural water supply system projects and to support the institutional and planning frameworks involved in rural water supply programmes.
Creator / Publisher:Dr. Thomas Meier, Switzerland  /  IEA PVPS Task 9, Subtask 1
Copyright:IEA PVPS Task 9, Subtask 1
Filesize:0.9 Megabyte
Filetype:pdf
Category:Public
Technical report
2012
Task 9
Link:  
rep9_11.pdf