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Pro-PV Local Building Policy – State of Progress of the Lyon-Confluence Solar City Project
Following the conclusions of the successful task on Urban scale PV systems (Task 10) of the Photovoltaic Power System Program (PVPS) of the International Energy Agency (IEA), a pro-PV local building policy has been set-up for the purpose of the Lyon-Confluence urban project, a 150 ha redevelopment in the city center of Lyon, France, in order to make real-estate developers and architects design and build low energy buildings equipped with PV systems. This pro-PV local building policy was first tested in 2004 within the EC funded CONCERTO initiative by SPL Lyon-Confluence, the public company in charge of this redevelopment, for the construction of the first dwellings and office spaces of the area (A, B and C blocks). Now, with 10 blocks of the Lyon-Confluence area already equipped with one or several PV systems for a total power of 1.1 MW, this pro-PV local building policy has been improved and the use of PV will increase with more and larger systems. Thus, 6 other buildings will soon be equipped with PV systems for an additional power of more 1,2 MWp that will make the Lyon- Confluence area a significant solar city showcase.
B. Gaiddon, M. de l’Epine, M. Valentin, E. Vignali, K. Lapray, O. Zanni
PV Markets, R&D and Demonstration Program, Building Integrated Photovoltaic (BIPV), Solar Architecture
PV Economics, Markets and Policies
Subtopic: PV Global Issues, Policies and Strategies
Event: 32nd European Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conference and Exhibition
Session: 7EO.2.5
2934 - 2937
ISBN: 3-936338-41-8
Paper DOI: 10.4229/EUPVSEC20162016-7EO.2.5
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