On the relevance of large carport installations for future deployment of PV in urban areas : part 2 / von Christan Geiling
VerfasserGeiling, Christian
Begutachter / BegutachterinHaas, Reinhard
UmfangXVI, 197 Bl. : Ill., graph. Darst.
HochschulschriftWien, Techn. Univ., Master Thesis, 2012
Part 1 von Samir Al-Wakeel
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On the relevance of large carport installations for future deployment of PV in urban areas [2.15 mb]
Zusammenfassung (Englisch)

The motivation for issuing this work is to make a small contribution to the energy turnaround in Germany and Europe with the project PV carport by the start up enterprise Energy Vision . The central issue is to be seen summarized in whether the market can be worked on for PV carports in the Federal Republic of Germany by Energy Vision in an economically successful manner and how the optimum juridical form, cooperation possibilities, tax possibilities, the financing, the marketing, the organization, risks, the competition, market entry barriers present themselves for the responsible managers of Energy Vision. A literature-centered attitude was chosen for the treatment and intensive secondary research was pursued. The intention of Energy Vision, to project and sell PV carports in Germany on parking bay surfaces is to be classified as probably economically successful. The ascertained market entry barriers and the risks are controllable. The product life cycle of PV carports is to be seen positive and there is a whole series of future synergetic effects which will influence the plan of Energy Vision positively, so that Energy Vision with the conversion of this plan should be successful economically. Furthermore is to be held on that Energy Vision by the product PV carport makes also a positive contribution to the further propagation of electric mobility and also a modest contribution to the climate protection and environment protection.