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Building Integrated Photovoltaic-are solar panels designed to replace conventional building materials in parts such as the roof, skylights, facades and windows.
The key difference between this technology and traditional solar PV is that panels are built into the building rather than being tacked-on. This means there’s more of a relationship between aesthetics and functionality.
Solar Tiles are solar medium that would look and function like a traditional roofing system and also replace traditional solar panel add-ons.They not only look like, and function as, conventional roofing materials, such as terracotta, slate, or asphalt, they also produce electricity!The Solar Roof line of products is unique among other solar options because it doesn’t resemble a typical solar installation. Every solar cell is embedded invisibly within every glass tile. The tiles are then installed like traditional roofing shingles or tiles.
Bifacial modules represent a promising technology for increasing a PV system’s lifetime generated electricity. Their core innovation is the ability to capture and utilize light from both sides of the module. Bifacial modules can generate power from the front and back of the module, when compared with common mono facial modules. That is it also harvests sunlight, reflected from the ground that shines on the rear side of the module. As a result, over-all power generation can be boosted by as much as 30%.These modules can be offered with an extended warranty of 30 years at just 0.5% annual degradation rate.
Amorphous silicon or CIGS glass offers the perfect combination between aesthetics and functionality. Solar Glass is innovative, transparent photovoltaic panels, which can be integrated as windows in Greenhouses, Canopies, Building facades, Homes and Office buildings. They are having UV-IR Filtration and Thermal Insulation properties.In addition, it also generates free and clean energy. By providing the same thermal performance as a conventional glass, along with clean, free electricity from the sun, buildings can drastically improve their energy efficiency, decrease O&M costs, and reduce their carbon footprint. It is able to completely offset the energy demand for HVAC equipment and drastically reduce the cost of electricity.