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Building Integrated Solar Technology

Author/EditorKrippner, Roland (Author)
Publisher: De Gruyter
ISBN: 9783955533625
Pub Date26/06/2017
BindingHardback
Pages144
€51.22
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It's already impossible to imagine energy-efficient construction without photovoltaics and solar thermal. Yet, the EU-wide introduction of low energy standards for new buildings stipulates that buildings must meet their energy needs in whole or in part from the sun by 2021 at the latest.
The integration of solar systems into buildings is no longer just a technical matter, but also a structural and aesthetic challenge.
This book provides the necessary expertise for this purpose. In addition to basic physics and technological developments in photovoltaics and solar thermal, the publication offers abundant advice from architects on how to successfully integrate solar systems into buildings. A number of chapters address the economical and ecological deployment of solar technology as well as issues of building laws and the preservation of listed buildings.
Illustrated and expanded by numerous photos and detailed project documentation, "Building-Integrated Solar Technology" not only demonstrates the tremendous variety of construction tasks and integration possibilities, but also shows that self-sustaining buildings in terms of energy can also become a powerful architectural and cultural asset.

It's already impossible to imagine energy-efficient construction without photovoltaics and solar thermal. Yet, the EU-wide introduction of low energy standards for new buildings stipulates that buildings must meet their energy needs in whole or in part from the sun by 2021 at the latest.
The integration of solar systems into buildings is no longer just a technical matter, but also a structural and aesthetic challenge.
This book provides the necessary expertise for this purpose. In addition to basic physics and technological developments in photovoltaics and solar thermal, the publication offers abundant advice from architects on how to successfully integrate solar systems into buildings. A number of chapters address the economical and ecological deployment of solar technology as well as issues of building laws and the preservation of listed buildings.
Illustrated and expanded by numerous photos and detailed project documentation, "Building-Integrated Solar Technology" not only demonstrates the tremendous variety of construction tasks and integration possibilities, but also shows that self-sustaining buildings in terms of energy can also become a powerful architectural and cultural asset.

Prof. Dr. Roland Krippner, Technische Hochschule Nurnberg

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