Evaluation of PV technology implementation in the building sector

J.J. Bloem, A. Colli, P. Strachan

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Abstract

This paper presents a simulation case that shows the impact on energy consumption of a building applying photovoltaic shading systems. In order to make photovoltaic application more economical, the effect of a photovoltaic facade as a passive cooling system can result in a considerable energy cost reduction, with positive influence on the payback time of the photovoltaic installation. Photovoltaic shading systems can be applied to both refurbishment of old buildings and to new-build, offering attractive and environmentally integrated architectural solutions.
LanguageEnglish
Pages677-682
Number of pages6
Publication statusPublished - 1 May 2005
EventInternational Conference on Passive and Low Energy Cooling for the Built Environment - Santorini, Greece
Duration: 1 May 2005 → …

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ConferenceInternational Conference on Passive and Low Energy Cooling for the Built Environment
CitySantorini, Greece
Period1/05/05 → …

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Facades
Cost reduction
Cooling systems
Energy utilization

Keywords

  • photovoltaic shading
  • building simulation
  • building design
  • architecture
  • energy
  • environmental design

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Bloem, J. J., Colli, A., & Strachan, P. (2005). Evaluation of PV technology implementation in the building sector. 677-682. Paper presented at International Conference on Passive and Low Energy Cooling for the Built Environment, Santorini, Greece, .
Bloem, J.J. ; Colli, A. ; Strachan, P. / Evaluation of PV technology implementation in the building sector. Paper presented at International Conference on Passive and Low Energy Cooling for the Built Environment, Santorini, Greece, .6 p.
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Evaluation of PV technology implementation in the building sector. / Bloem, J.J.; Colli, A.; Strachan, P.

2005. 677-682 Paper presented at International Conference on Passive and Low Energy Cooling for the Built Environment, Santorini, Greece, .

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