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Matthias Wörner [04-2014]:

EnerKey. Renewable Engergies for Gauteng

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There is a broad consensus, that the use of renewable energy sources is indispensable for a viable sustainable energy management. This thesis takes its place in the plurality of potential analyses for various regions and constraints. Within the framework of the EnerKey project, run by the universities of Stuttgart, Germany and Johannesburg, South Africa, in GIS analyses the energy production potential out of wind power, solar power and biomass in the province of Gauteng, South Africa is determined. Essentially two questions are answered in this context: 1. How much energy can be produced in which locations and by which renewable sources? 2. How can such analyses be done most effectively with the available data? The first question is divided into the aspects WHERE and HOW MUCH. The major focusses in the second question are on the analysis methods and the preparation and modifying of data. The main challenge results from the insufficiency of many datasets for the emerging country South Africa. It is described in detail which inaccuracies unfold from that and how the results could be improved. Thus e.g. different approaches for the generation of a base data for urban areas as precisely as possible are presented, the framework conditions on the digitalisation of roof areas are discussed and the difficulty of the forest area data structure is explained. The outcome of the analysis results is a surprisingly significant potential for energy production out of renewable sources in the province of Gauteng. But this is relativised by the fact that doubtlessly not the entire determined theoretical potential can be used. The restricting reasons are presented. Although in other regions of South Africa there are better conditions especially for the use of wind and solar power, a considerable proportion of the energy demand can be covered out of renewable sources.

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