Building-Integrated Photovoltaics Bring Great Promise

Building-integrated photovoltaics is a tantalizing renewable energy concept that is spurring everything from madly optimistic fiscal speculation to a noticeable jump in available investment dollars.

Potential products include a wide panoply of new applications for buildings, ranging from roofing to the use of dye-sensitized solar cells for concrete, or the cladding of exterior skins with products like solar windows.Read more at: cleantechnica.com/2015/02/10/building-integrated-photovoltaics-bring-great-promise/Building-integrated photovoltaics is a tantalizing renewable energy concept that is spurring everything from madly optimistic fiscal speculation to a noticeable jump in available investment dollars.  Potential products include a wide panoply of new applications for buildings, ranging from roofing to the use of dye-sensitized solar cells for concrete, or the cladding of exterior skins with products like solar windows.

Read more at: cleantechnica.com/2015/02/10/building-integrated-photovoltaics-bring-great-promise/

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Date: 13 February 2015
Source: www.cleantechnica.com

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