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A renewable energy resource web site   (release 6.0)
sponsored by NASA's Applied Science Program in the Science Mission Directorate
developed by POWER: Prediction of Worldwide Energy Resource Project
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Highlights
  • over 200 satellite-derived meteorology and solar energy parameters
  • monthly averaged from 22 years of data
  • data tables for a particular location
  • GIS Web Mapping Application & Services
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  Data Retrieval:
Meteorology and Solar Energy Meteorology and
  Solar Energy  
Web Mapping GIS Web Mapping Application & Services
Renewable Software Application Inputs Renewable Software
Application Inputs

  Supporting Documentation:
Acknowledgement Acknowledgement for data usage

SSE is supported through the Prediction of Worldwide Energy Resource (POWER) project under the NASA Applied Sciences Program within the Earth Science Division of the Science Mission Directorate. When POWER data products are used in a publication, we request the following acknowledgment be included: "These data were obtained from the NASA Langley Research Center Atmospheric Science Data Center Surface meteorological and Solar Energy (SSE) web portal supported by the NASA LaRC POWER Project." Continued and future support to expand the SSE data portal to include parameters derived from more recent satellite observations, as well as to develop prototypes relevant to other energy-related themes (e.g., architectural and agricultural industries) will depend, in part, on our ability to quantify/demonstrate the impact the SSE data is having in your applications. To that end we would certainly appreciate your comments about the importance and usefulness of SSE to your work. We would also appreciate comments regarding the savings of time and money because of SSE. If you have used SSE in a Decision Support System of any type (i.e., renewable energy system design, system maintenance, project planning, policy making, etc.) or in a publication, we would appreciate receiving any comments regarding the impact that the data has had on your work. Suggestions for future improvements are welcome.


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