A review of the solar city concept and methods to assess rooftop solar electric potential, with an illustrative application to the city of Seoul
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KeywordsSolar city; Photovoltaics; Built environment; Solar energy; Peak shaving; Urban solar potential; Solar rooftop potential;
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