State-of-the-art and SWOT analysis of building integrated solar envelope systems: deliverables A.1 and A.2

Paolo Bonato (Editor), Roberto Fedrizzi (Editor), Matteo D'Antoni (Editor), Michaela Meir (Editor), Andre Kostro, Andreas Hafner, Antía Varela Souto, Benat Arregi, Benedetta Copertaro, Brian Wilkinson, Carolin Hubschneider, D. Geisler-Moroder, Efstratios Rounis, Elena Rico, Ignacio Gonzalez Perez, James Walshe, Jingchun Chen, Johann Aschauer, John Hollick, Julen AstudilloMaarten de Haas, Martin Dietz, Noel O'Neill, Paul-Rouven Denz, Peru Elguezabal, Philippe Lemarchand, Rafic Hanbali, Riccardo Pinotti, Robert Weitlaner, Roberto Garay, Roberto Lollini, Roel C.G.M. Loonen, Sam Kin, Samuel B. de Vries, Stefano Avesani, Teodosio del Cano, Vickie Aagesen, Xingxing Zhang, Zissis Ioannidis

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Abstract

The present document includes a state-of-the-art review of solar envelope systems that are already on the market or that can potentially reach that stage in a short-medium timeframe. The analysis focuses on the technological integration of such solutions in the envelope and building, but non-technical issues such as aesthetic, architectural integration and customer acceptance are also tackled. The solar envelope systems are classified in: Solar harvesting systems: systems that generate electricity or heat; Solar gains control systems, controlling; Hybrid systems: combination of solar harvesting and solar gains control systems.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherInternational Energy Agency
Number of pages99
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 17 Dec 2019

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