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Solar Architecture and use of photovoltaic (PV) thin film solar

By Kevin G on April 18, 2014

Solar Architecture integrates modern building techniques with solar panel technology.

The weight and rigidity of standard solar power panels has restricted the development of solar architecture. However, these initial limitations have been overcome through the development and use of photovoltaic (PV) thin film solar.

Fluid integration with steel roofing profiles has been achieved by utilising flexible thin film photovoltaic modules thus enhancing the building’s design.

When professional interior designers, architects and builders design spaces that circulate air naturally, orienting a building to the sun and use materials of light dispersing properties with favourable thermal mass and by harnessing solar energy they reduce the impact of the building on the environment and achieve modern solar architecture.

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