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The analysis of the main geospatial factors using geoinformation programs required for the planning, design and construction of a photovoltaic power plant
 
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1. Institute of Engineering, State University of Applied Sciences in Nowy Sącz, Zamenhofa 1A, 33-300 Nowy Sącz, Poland
 
 
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Anna Jadwiga Kochanek   

1. Institute of Engineering, State University of Applied Sciences in Nowy Sącz, Zamenhofa 1A, 33-300 Nowy Sącz, Poland
 
 
J. Ecol. Eng. 2024; 25(4):49-65
 
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The aim of the analysis was to carry out a detailed assessment of the site in Krościenko nad Dunajcem in terms of its suitability for the construction of a photovoltaic farm. Geospatial data and analysis of urban planning documents such as the Local Spatial Development Plan and the Municipality's Conditions Study were used. Factors such as insolation, topography, terrain, forestation and hydrological factors were studied in an attempt to understand their influence on the selection of the optimal location for a photovoltaic installation. The research material and methodology were based on the analysis of geospatial data of the area and the interpretation of urban planning documents. Tools were used to analyse spatial relationships and assess potential risks for a photovoltaic investment. The main conclusions of the research indicate that the terrain conditions in Krościenko nad Dunajcem are suitable for the implementation of a photovoltaic farm. The identification of optimal locations was based on the analysis of spatial factors, which confirms the potential of the area for efficient construction of photovoltaic installations. The conclusions of the analysis indicate that taking spatial factors into account is crucial when planning and selecting the location of a photovoltaic farm. However, it is necessary to continue monitoring environmental and technical aspects to ensure the sustainability of the photovoltaic project in the area.
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