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| Industrial manufacture of solar building components and their integration into the building planning process
| I want you to think about your daily journey to work. Take a minute, visualize it – and then answer me this: How many glass surfaces did you see? Too many to remember?
| A clean, safe and sustainable source of energy, solar continues to power the world at a faster pace than ever before.
| Along with the multifunctionality of the building skin, BIPV today involves a new aesthetics in contemporary architecture.
| Over half the world’s seven billion inhabitants live in cities, by the year 2050 the number will grow to almost ten billion. In order to avoid a climatic collapse in the metropolises, there is no other alternative to energy-efficient buildings.
| Cities are eating up an increasing amount of heat and electricity. In order to reduce this consumption, buildings have to become increasingly efficient and integrate more renewable energies.
| The efficiency of photovoltaic modules is far from being exhausted. Companies are fighting on many fronts to gain percentage points.
| Photovoltaic modules are components used for the production of electricity from solar energy and, thanks to their morphological and constructive configuration, are suitable for integration in the external skins of buildings.
| PVB is increasingly assuming the leading role among alternative encapsulation materials for solar cells as the alternatives to Ethylene-Vinyl-Acetate (EVA)