A Guide to Solar PV Projects in Local Government and the Public Sector
The only 'how to' guide for a local authority intending to embark on a solar PV scheme. Complete coverage from start to finish.
What this book is for
This book is intended as a guide to officers and members in local government and those in the wider public sector as to how to undertake a solar PV project.
It covers all projects, large and small, building related or stand alone and goes through all of the main stages, considers all of the relevant issues and breaks down the mystique involved.
Who should read this book?
Anyone who is considering a project, whether a technical officer (sustainability/energy), policy group officer (policy, legal, finance), asset manager, or those in the functional areas (leisure, education, housing) or direct services; together with Cabinet members, portfolio holders, scrutiny committee members and councillors with an interest in this area.
The approach taken by the author is that of a non–technical and easily understandable guide.
What it covers
The text goes through all the stages of a scheme. See below for a full list of chapters. The extent is 415 pp.
How much it costs
The book costs £25, plus postage and packing and is available by contacting Stephen Cirell on firstname.lastname@example.org
The Public Sector Climate Change Series
This series of books will cover the range of different renewable energy technologies relevant to local government.
The next book in the series covers Biomass Renewable Heating Projects.