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Resource: Technical Solutions and Best Practice of building integrated photovoltaics

Name of organisation: IEE project "Pure" reviewed by NHF (UK)

Type of ressource: guidance documents

Addressed barriers:

  • technical

Addressed users:

  • building user (social housing organization)
  • building owner
  • O&M staff
  • design team
  • project manager

Language:

  • English
  • Greek
  • Spanish

Process stage:

  • pre- design phase (appraisal and strategic briefing)
  • design phase (project briefing)
  • user involvement process

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Capacity Building Environmental Design Solar Photovoltaic

Description

This document provides an overview of BIPV (Building Integration PhotoVoltaic) for the benefits of countries participating in the PURE project, which are characterized with a high potential but low take-up (Spain, Portugal, Italy, Greece and Slovakia).
The document is a best practice guide that provide best practice examples and technical solutions on how photovoltaics can be integrated in buildings including roofs, windows, facades.

Implementation

This document is available from the project website free of charge. It was published in 2008 so some of the legislative background it refers to might no longer be up-to-date

Information

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