BIPV

Building Integrated Photovoltaic (BIPV) is a theory in which Solar Photovoltaic panels are blended into building design in its structure. Glass panels of BIPV modules are used to reconstruct glazing areas externally affecting the viewpoint of the building. BIPV systems are interfaced with utility grid or intended as off-grid systems.

Features:

Colored PV glasses
Highly suitable in on-grid and off-grid applications
Easily customizable in terms of glass thickness and color
Appealing aesthetics to buildings and homes

Description

Building Integrated Photovoltaic (BIPV) is a theory in which Solar Photovoltaic panels are blended into building design in its structure. Glass panels of BIPV modules are used to reconstruct glazing areas externally affecting the viewpoint of the building. BIPV systems are interfaced with utility grid or intended as off-grid systems.

Features:

Colored PV glasses
Highly suitable in on-grid and off-grid applications
Easily customizable in terms of glass thickness and color
Appealing aesthetics to buildings and homes

Advantages:

Reduces the cost of traditional building materials
Considerable generation of electricity and act as a power generator
The significant economic advantage over the building and contributes to energy conservation
Offset carbon footprint

Applications:

BIPV modules are easily applied in residential, commercial and industrial buildings as follows.

Rooftop
Facades
Curtail wall
Carport
Parking lots

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