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When planning solar plants project developers and financers consider the long-term average of solar radiation and its uncertainty as the most important site selection criteria. Accurate time series of at least 10 years length are needed to calculate realistic estimates of such long-term averages. Ground-based measurements usually are not available for long time periods, but satellitederived data may show significant differences compared to more accurate ground-measured values with respect todoi:10.1016/j.egypro.2014.02.182 fatcat:czpjkeqhlndgppe6iapuesbrz4