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Building Integrated photovoltaic (BIPV) system
    发布时间: 2017-03-24 11:06    

Building Integrated photovoltaic (BIPV) system

Building Integrated photovoltaic (BIPV) system

Building Integrated photovoltaic (BIPV) system is a new concept in the application of photovoltaic power generation, which is the perfect combination of solar photovoltaic system and modern architecture. In the architectural design, photovoltaic modules are laid on the outer surface of the building structure to provide electricity, and solar power generation system is integrated with the roof, skylight, curtain wall and other buildings.

JDSOLAR-BIPV system is the most widely used new energy equipment for the construction of green and environmental protection buildings, and is being promoted worldwide. The JDSOLAR-BIPV system has the characteristics of low cost, high efficiency, environmental protection and energy saving. JDSOLAR-BIPV system solar cells have been able to bend, coil, thickness is only a few wavelengths, easy to cut, install, weatherproof, clean and safe, can replace building paint, porcelain pieces, expensive curtain wall glass, can be used as energy saving wall protection material.

The advantages of the JDSOLAR-BIPV system include:

(1) Can use the idle roof or balcony, do not have to occupy the land alone

(2) There is no need to configure energy storage devices such as batteries, saving system investment and avoiding the trouble of maintaining and replacing batteries

(3) Because it is not limited by the capacity of the battery, the power generation capacity of the solar cell can be maximized

(4) Decentralized local power supply does not require long-distance transmission of power transmission and distribution equipment, but also avoids line losses

(5) Easy to use, simple maintenance, reduce costs

(6) The peak of summer electricity consumption is just as the solar radiation intensity is large, and the photovoltaic system generates more power, which plays a peaking role in the power grid

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