To find out if the roof of the building is beneficial for the installation of solar panels, it is possible to achieve this in Morocco, thanks to the solar cadastre that was begun in Bangor before it was generalized throughout the area. Destination at the end of 2019.
Designed by the Institute for Solar and New Energy Research (IRESEN) and the Bengier Green Power Park, in collaboration with Ain Schock (University of Casablanca Hassan II) and the Urban Agency of Kelaa des Sraghna, the project, which is the first such national and continental level , provides information on the real potential of photoelectric cells, in particular for low voltages and residential and industrial sectors.
According to the IRESEN statement, this service will be available to the general public as an online application (http://cadastresolaire.iresen.org/). According to the data of the Institute, it will be available from the following Monday.
The second region to be treated is the city of Casablanca, which will complete the solar cadastre in December 2018, adding that it follows the cities of Marrakesh and Rabat to cover the entire territory of the country. End of 2019
From now on, public administrations, businesses and individuals can identify with a simple color code whether their roofs are suitable for solar panels and electricity is calculated, one source points out, indicating that the Advanced Search Module also helps identify high-value buildings solar potential.
The solar cadastre is the cartography of building roofs that is potentially capable of receiving photovoltaic devices. This underlying innovation of the Geographic Information System (GIS) is an interactive tool that depicts the potential of photovoltaic cells, calculated by algorithms, to model the average annual exposure of cities and countryside roofs (KWh / m² / year).
This algorithm takes into account several factors, including geographic location, height of the research site, the slope and orientation of the site, and the effects of buildings and terrain shading.
IRESEN is a research institute set up in 2011 by the Ministry of Energy, Mining, Water and Environment and a number of key players in the energy sector in Morocco to support the national energy strategy by supporting applied research and development in the field of solar energy and new energy.