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IT systems for energy and environment monitoring, planning, design and control

Clarke, J.A. (2003) IT systems for energy and environment monitoring, planning, design and control. In: Solar Thermal Technologies for Buildings: The State of the Art. Buildings, Energy and Solar Technology . Earthscan Publications Ltd, p. 256. ISBN 9781902916477

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Abstract

Solar thermal is now a proven technology in terms of reliability, cost-benefit, and low environmental impact. The integration of solar thermal systems and installations into the design of buildings can provide a clean, efficient and sustainable low-energy solution for heating and cooling, whilst, taken in a wider context, contributing to climate protection.