the solar cells are growing in the Stockholm ceiling, but is still too few to reach the city's own solenergimål. Last year produced the town of around 3,000 MWh of solar electricity and solar heating but, according to finland's national climate strategy the city has to produce at least 70 GWh by the year 2040.
"We must improve the pace of the goal that 10 percent of the city's electricity be produced by solar panels in the year 2040 is to be achieved," says Örjan Lönngren, klimatstrateg on the management of the environment.
solar on public sector housing residential buildings, and especially in Järva, on some sim - and sports halls, schools and a few homes for the elderly. The largest plants are located in the ports of Stockholm and the Globe arena, Tele 2 arena and the royal Court. In addition, operated a small number of paddling pools in solar electricity.
But the deployment is not fast enough and and delayed by bygglovstrassel. Kärrtorps gymnasium, Hagsätraskolan and Solbergaskolan are just a few of the schools that is in line for solar panels.
Miljöborgarrådet believe that solar energy must now be a priority.
" We need to increase the pace on all levels, and need a new solelspolicy. We have several schools waiting for building permits, which we should have had solar power as early as last year. That individuals receive queue for building permits is also a huge problem, " says Katarina Luhr (MP).
She is not averse to light on solpanelsreglerna.
– today, for example, do not put solar panels on tall buildings in the inner city. There are solar panels that are not visible from the ground as it must fly over to see. It is very strange to protect the urban landscape from something that no one sees. I think this is wrong and something we should change.
it is problematic to homeowners in some kulturklassade areas are denied building permits.
– It is a problem for villas in certain areas where it considers that it is ugly with solar power. What is neat or not is a matter of opinion. Solar panels is still something that creates a better environment, it should be more important. Personally, I think that the environment and climate change considerations must go before the built environment in most cases.
– It is important that the building permit was not arbitrary, the same rules must apply to all. When it comes to red solar panels would be the city may be able to help and coordinate the procurement of panels that fit on the roofs from the different eras. Then you would get a better price and it would simplify for individuals. Many who contact me have problems with building permits for solar electricity. It is not okay when we invest in solar electricity in the town. You want to put up solar power, it should be simple.
to 2040 must, in principle, all existing public-ceiling windows facing south to be exploited. So far, the city has chosen to put the panel on electricity-intensive buildings with large roof area.
– Now we must step up the pace. We may need to start with to require that all new buildings must have solar power. Also public sector housing bostadstak. The problem there is that people buy their electricity themselves from the power company, so solar electricity goes only to the public spaces. It would be more profitable if you could sell the electricity to those who live there. It is something we must solve.
solar Energy is needed, not least in the climate change track, points out Catherine Luhr.
" We are moving towards greater use of electricity with electric vehicles, charging stations, electric bikes and warmer summers. For example, should all new homes for the elderly have the sunroof, then the town becomes more secure and resilient as the climate changes.