Experience on the behaviour of different BiPV solution: electrical and thermal performance of roof and façade mounted micromorph modules.

Frontini, Francesco and Friesen, Gabriele and Friesen, Thomas and Polo Lopez, Cristina Silvia (2013) Experience on the behaviour of different BiPV solution: electrical and thermal performance of roof and façade mounted micromorph modules. In: EUPVSEC Proceedings. Conference Proceedings at 28th European Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conference and Exhibition 28th European Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conference and Exhibition (28th EUPVSEC 2013), 30 Sep - 04 Oct. Paris, France, Paris, France..

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Abstract

Renewable energy systems, such as Photovoltaics (PV), play an important role in the scenario identified by the European Directive on Net Zero Energy Building (ED 2010/31/EU) and are mandatory if we would like to reduce the energy performance of buildings and to force the rational use of energy. When installing Photovoltaic on Building, the mounting system significantly affects the heat-exchange between the module and the building envelope and the operating temperatures of the PV modules that strongly influence the energy yield of the PV system. For this reason it is important to be able to simulate and evaluate in advance the behavior and the possible advantages of a certain type of installation. This work will present monitoring results of two examples of building integrated PV system when installed as façade cladding system or as roof tile. The investigated parameter (such as module temperature, electrical parameter, Energy Yield) can be used to predict the behavior of such a modules on real building.

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