Advantages Of BIPV Over Traditional Solar Panels

  •     Building-Integrated Photovoltaics (BIPV) is as the name suggests: solar power modules are directly integrated into buildings, replacing common building materials. BIPV differs in many ways from the PV arrays most of us are familiar with: Roof-mounted or rack-mounted PV arrays are retrofitted into homes and generate electricity for home consumption or to feed into the grid. These massive rectangular structures, usually made from monocrystalline or polycrystalline cells, are what most of us imagine when we think of solar energy, as these are by far the most reliable form of solar power generation, and therefore the most common and trustworthy. form of solar power.

        Conventional solar panels are often retrofitted onto the roofs of houses and other buildings at an additional cost: they require special mounting brackets and expertise. One of the easiest places to start implementing BIPV on a large scale is ceramic or clay roof tiles, which are rigid, and asphalt shingles, which are flexible. One product on the market that is similar to photovoltaic tiles and tiles is photovoltaic laminates - thin-film photovoltaics that can be attached to parts of a building's surface, including roofs. However, its superficial nature may exclude it from the definition of the BIPV definition outlined in the previous section - it is often combined after the fact. Laminates are versatile, however, making them ideal for retrofits.

        The BIPV module can replace almost all exterior building materials, thereby reducing the long-term overall cost of the building by saving operating costs and reducing embodied energy, and aesthetics - can be seamlessly integrated into the building envelope, providing a stylish, modern look to the building Appearance.

        Jiaxing Fuying Composite Materials Co., Ltd. is a transparent BIPV module factory in China. The company sales of Transparent BIPV  Modules and BIPV solar panels.