Construction or retrofitting is an opportunity to reach for custom photovoltaic solutions such as Building Integrated Photovoltaics (BIPV) modules. These are innovative photovoltaic modules that integrate closely with the building. You no longer need to install PV panels on the roof or on the ground!
We offer a wide range of BIPV modules in different shapes, sizes and colors. This makes it easy to match such a module to a particular building and its specifics and individual architectural requirements.
All of our devices, can be integrated into the MICROGRID (in the hybrid energy system) configured from the devices we offer, depending on the client’s individual needs.
We recommend carrying out an energy and economic analysis and audit, in order to fine-tune the Building Integrated Photovoltaics and other devices included in your MICROGRID.
We offer solar blinds in the form of an aluminum structure, which can be installed directly on the wall of a building or placed on post-and-beam façades. The inclination angle of the lamellas (slats) is controlled by sensors. Such blinds also serve as a protective shield against the sun and enhance the building’s aesthetics.
Photovoltaic ventilated façade
Another solution is a photovoltaic ventilated façade, which also allows for the aesthetic placement of glass-to-glass PV panels on a building, including in a form that creates different patterns.
Photovoltaic post and beam façade
Post and beam façades are also included in our offer. This is a modern construction used as external cladding of buildings. Such a façade is effective thermal insulation and protection, plus it is aesthetically pleasing and provides free-of-charge electricity. Post-and-beam façades can be filled with such materials as photovoltaic insulating glass units, which are also in our offer. They can perform various functions (e.g. solar control, anti-burglary, soundproofing).
The advantage of using glass skylights is the combination of electricity production and sunlight illumination of the building’s interior. The use of insulating glass units with external photovoltaic glass with a self-snowing function ensures very good thermal insulation and good illumination in winter conditions.