Building Integrated Photovoltaics (BIPV) is one of the most promising and elegant ways of producing electricity directly from the sun. It has conditional maturity in terms of supply and demand chain, and BIPV comes a main technology route for PV building in the future. So What are the benefits that BIPV waterproof rooftop solar systems Can Bring to You?
What Are Building-Integrated Photovoltaics Or BIPV?
BIPV is the abbreviation of Building Integrated Photovoltaic, which is a technology that integrates solar power system into buildings. It consists of integrating photovoltaics modules into the building envelope, such as the roof or the facade. It is also a type of distributed solar power plant. By simultaneously serving as building envelope material and power generator, BIPV systems can provide savings in materials and electricity costs, reduce use of fossil fuels and emission of ozone depleting gases, and add architectural interest to the building.
Present Status of BIPV Market
15 years have passed since the first BIPV project was completed. BIPV is not a new concept now already, but it is still to be considered as a commercial blue ocean. A proven BIPV products need to meet a perfect combination of solar modules and building material, For example, the photovoltaic roof made by Tesla abroad, which directly installs the cells as tiles on the roof. So it can been that it is required so high in solar modules and structures.
The Advantages of BIPV Waterproof Solar System
The prospects of roof solar is aboard in China. The sunshine intensity in most areas meets the basic requirements of photovoltaic power generation. And there are many areas with abundant solar energy also. These conditions make a prerequisite for the continuous development of China's photovoltaic industry. And if the BIPV applied on the rooftop, then what benefits will bring to you?
1. Aesthetically appealing blended modules: BIPV modules blends in with the surrounding building envelope e.g. Tesla's solar tiles and Nu-lok's Integrated Solar Inserts, solar windows, facades, pergolas, parking lots and skylights.
2. Flexibility: Building Integrated Photovoltaic solutions comes in for a variety of building types and applications and can be integrated in a multitude of innovate ways which reduces the physical limitations of traditional PV modules.
3. Environmentally friendly customer satisfaction: BIPV increases customer satisfaction for occupiers who want to be more environmentally friendly or have more energy autonomy.