BIPV Solar Installation on a University High-Rise

BIPV Solar Installation on a University High-Rise
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Written by Anne Fischer - A Vienna high-rise building’s architecture required a variety of solar modules in different shape and sizes, thus demanding a power electronics solution that could go beyond the typical PV design.

The University of Technology Vienna (TU Wien) had a lofty goal of making its high-rise chemistry building super energy efficient and powered by solar.

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Date: 18 April 2016

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