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Planning for Solar Energy

Planning for Solar Energy (Paperback)

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Solar energy use is on the rise. This renewable resource generates more than just heat and light. It revs up the local economy, dials down greenhouse gases, and scales back utility costs for homes and businesses. Is your community ready to power up its solar energy plans? Start off right with help from this essential guide. Explore the range of solar technologies, their costs and benefits. Find advice on adding solar-friendly goals and policies to local plans. Explore how communities are regulating development to enable and encourage solar installations in a variety of scales and contexts. Tap into tactics for promoting and financing solar projects. Read about communities that are leading by example, installing solar energy systems on public facilities and land. Learn how investing in workforce development, education programs, and public solar projects can pay off for your community's future. And look at the policy and technology trends that will change the solar scene in the decades ahead. As a plus, the report includes a checklist for auditing local plans and a model framework for solar energy development regulations.

Whether you're looking to clear the way for solar panels on residential roofs or identify the right location for a large-scale solar farm, Planning for Solar Energy will shed light on the issues you need to understand today.

Natural World & The EnvironmentThe environmentManagement of land & natural resourcesScience & MathematicsRegional & area planningUrban & municipal planning Publisher: Taylor & Francis Inc Publication Date: 01/01/2014 ISBN-13: 9781611901221  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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David Morley is senior research associate and coordinator of the Planning Advisory Service at the American Planning Association and an adjunct professor at Roosevelt University in Chicago.

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