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Electrical system aspects of renewable energy generation within the urban environment

Infield, D.G. (2007) Electrical system aspects of renewable energy generation within the urban environment. In: CISBAT 2007, 2007-09-04 - 2007-09-05.

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CISBAT 2007 welcomes presentations of innovative research and technological development in the following areas: 1. Sustainable building envelopes (eco-buildings) 2. Building and urban integration ofrenewables (electricity,heating and cooling) 3. Hybrid and passive cooling (natural ventilation) 4. Indoor environment quality and health (global comfort) 5. Daylighting and electric lighting (green lighting) 6. Advanced building control systems (biomimetic strategies) 7. Nanostructured materials for solar energy conversion (solar nanotechnologies) 8. Decentralised energy production and interactive distribution (polygeneration) 9. Urban ecology and metabolism (material and energy flows) 10. Information technologies and software (computer simulation)