Buildings and Architecture

Building-integrated photovoltaics (BIPV) is fast becoming the Architects preferred approach for integration of solar PV into the building envelope. BIPVco understand the challenges from the architectural, construction contracting and thermo-mechanical viewpoints – this is a highly challenging sector for solar module manufacturers.

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Buildings and Architecture

Building-integrated photovoltaics (BIPV) is fast becoming the Architects preferred approach for integration of solar PV into the building envelope. BIPVco understand the challenges from the architectural, construction contracting and thermo-mechanical viewpoints – this is a highly challenging sector for solar module manufacturers.

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Offsite and Modular

In tandem with BIPVco manufacturing partners, BIPVco have worked tirelessly to develop bespoke solar roofing solutions for BIPVco clients. Whether the construction approach is volumetric, panelised or a hybrid, the BIPVco solar integrated roof solution provides improved aesthetics, performance and simplicity.

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Offsite and Modular

In tandem with BIPVco manufacturing partners, BIPVco have worked tirelessly to develop bespoke solar roofing solutions for BIPVco clients. Whether the construction approach is volumetric, panelised or a hybrid, the BIPVco solar integrated roof solution provides improved aesthetics, performance and simplicity.

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Transportation, Mobility and Custom

Research showed that there are two main issues with conventional solar PV systems for mobile applications. Firstly, traditional crystalline silicon modules are heavy, fragile and very un-aerodynamic (when installed) performance in sun and heat; all of which created problems when installing them onto vehicle roofs and imposed limitations in use. Secondly, the system requires a heavy supporting frame to be installed on the roof by piercing the vehicle shell.

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Transportation, Mobility and Custom

Research showed that there are two main issues with conventional solar PV systems for mobile applications. Firstly, traditional crystalline silicon modules are heavy, fragile and very un-aerodynamic (when installed) performance in sun and heat; all of which created problems when installing them onto vehicle roofs and imposed limitations in use. Secondly, the system requires a heavy supporting frame to be installed on the roof by piercing the vehicle shell.

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