is a database with average global daily solar radiation data for each month of the year as measured on the ground.
The uniqueness of this solar database is that it is open for everybody,
open for extracting data and open for introducing data.
Everybody can extract data. This extracting can be done in various ways:
by downloading, doing a copy/paste on-line, by connecting to a webservice or
by Flex Remote Object services (amf format).
Everybody who has data available can introduce them into the database. This can be done with an editor on-line, by uploading csv
(comma separated) files (see instruction video), with web services or with the Adobe amf format (last two ways still under development).
Before the data is published, a moderator will approve (or reject) the data.
Go here to find out what the database principles are.