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PV modules were integrated in the parapets under the elongated window bands which were previously clad with fibre cement panels. With an annual yield...
In the Alps, air is fresh and clear and the efficiency of solar installations high. This special edition examines the compatibility of photovoltaic modules with the mountain landscape...
A cultural district has grown in the former "Gundeldinger Feld" site of the Sulzer & Burckhardt AG machine factory in Basel. This old industrial area is under heritage protection and…
We present the video excerpt of the contribution given by architect Bernard Plattner, fellow of RPBW Renzo Piano Building Workshop...
The BIPV Status Report 2020 has been developed by SUPSI and Becquerel Institute. It aims to provide a practical handbook to all stakeholders of the...
The new report "BIPV installations: guidelines for the energy and economic evaluation" commissioned...
The Wattbuck residential development in Effretikon is typical example of the architectural style of the 1960s and 1970s. For some of the high-rise buildings...
Something is happening within the Swiss architecture schools. More and more faculties are having their students design with energy and environment in mind. They no longer...
This article introduces chapter 1 "Evolution of BIPV in 40 years: architecture, technology & costs" of the BIPV Status Report 2020 "Building...
The solar-active building facade can be stretched and compressed in two dimensions. The modular system covers over 95% of the facade surface.
The competitiveness is defined as “the fact of being able to compete successfully with other companies, countries, organizations, etc...
Integrating PV in building skin today requires an accurate performance assessment in accordance with construction norms and PV standards...
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