In this section of our site you will find up to date information on the renewable energy market of Ukraine, new technologies and trends, as well as be able to read selected interviews and learn the views of experts in the field of energy efficiency and renewable energy sources (with an emphasis on issues related to solar energy).
Your attention is invited to the next article devoted to the peculiarities of using BIPV-systems. This time we will talk about the features of designing BIPV-systems - both from an architectural point of view, and from the position of calculating an integrated solar power station, as well as the multifunctionality of BIPV-elements.
One of the most promising renewable energy technologies is photovoltaics. Photovoltaics (PV) is a truly elegant means of producing electricity on site, directly from the sun, without concern for energy supply or environmental harm. These solid-state devices simply make electricity out of sunlight, silently with no maintenance, no pollution, and no depletion of materials.
In November, 2016 comes into force the new European standard EN 50583, which determines the parameters of BIPV - solar power, embedded in the building. And although at the moment the share of BIPV solar energy market is not more than 1%, EN 50583 can change it, leading to the explosive growth in the number of embedded photovoltaic cells, and permanently change the appearance of modern cities.