Calculate Solar Radiation is a configuration of ArcGIS Pro that can be used by local government staff to calculate solar radiation maps for the wider community.
Solar radiation maps form the basis for assessing if buildings have potential for solar panel installation. Visualize solar radiation on the ground as well as on the roofs of buildings in a 3D scene and evaluate total solar radiation per selected roof area.
Calculate Solar Radiation requires specific software.
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When you download Calculate Solar Radiation, you'll find the following files:
|MapsandGeodatabase||CalculateSolarRadiation.ppkx||An ArcGIS Pro project used to calculate solar radiation maps and publish the radiation results to a Local Government 3D Basemaps.|
|CalculateSolarRadiation.tbx||A toolbox with tools used to calculate solar radiation.|
|LayerFiles||A folder containing layer files to symbolize your solar radiation results.|
|CalculateSolarRadiation.gdb||A geodatabase with content used to create and publish the solar radiation maps.|
|AdditionalData||A folder with a geodatabase with NASA historic solar radiation averages used to calibrate the atmospheric parameters.|
|ProposedDevelopment.gdb||A geodatabase with proposed development content.|
|RulePackages||A folder containing rule packages to sample the features.|
|Scripts||A folder containing the Python scripts that are used by the toolboxes.|
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