As an architect or engineering company, you might consider using photovoltaic solutions (solar panels and/or BIPV solar glass1) to boost a building’s energy efficiency. This requires a solar study to assess which products should be installed, where they should be installed and what gains can be expected.
BIPV (building-integrated photovoltaics) glass plays a dual role as a material in the building envelope that also generates electricity. In other words, it delivers a significant economic and environmental advantage in the drive towards a carbon-free Europe.
A chat about BIPV with European Commissioner Kadri Simson
On 8 June 2021, shortly before the official presentation of the Fit for 55 package, representatives of the EU value chain for building-integrated photovoltaics (BIPV) met with European Energy Commissioner Kadri Simson outside the Berlaymont building in Brussels.
SunEwat: a rethought approach to photovoltaic glass
A new industrial approach, a redesigned and expanded product range: our approach to the BIPV (Building Integrated Photovoltaics) market has just undergone a profound transformation. This results in increased cost competitiveness, a greater choice of solutions and more aesthetic products.
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