IN ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN
DESIGN, ECOLOGY AND ECONOMY
BIPV IN ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN
As we saw in the Bus Marquee, dpSun technology can produce flexible cells. We are able to adapt to any type pf surface.
TECHNOLOGY AND CONFIGURATION
In dpSun we work with the Crystalline Silicon and Thin Film technology (amorphous silicon).
Our modules, could be selected with backsheet (traditional) or glass/glass solution (without back sheet and frame).
At structural level it behaves like a conventional glass used in building, with the added valued that generates clean and free energy.
Thanks to the double layer of tempered glass and the variety of inter-Layers, our solutions provide:
- UV Radiation protection: Avoiding the loss of colour of the furniture exposed to the sun.
- Brightness control: Controlling the amount of light entering our building.
- Thermal insulation and solar control: Thermal insulation to avoid the loss of heat of the building and unnecessary energy expenditure. Solar control to avoid the greenhouse effect inside the building.
- Acoustic insulation: Providing the building with great comfort.
- Security: Both for the risk of possible injuries caused by cuts and fallen into the void, as by fire.
- Colour: Different types of colours both thin film and crystalline.
TRANSPARENCY vs. POWER IN SOLAR PV
The effect of semi – transparency is commonly achieved in the module by the combination of transparent unoccupied areas and a pattern of opaque solar cells. The arrangement and distribution of the solar cells within the module thus controls the degree of transparency.
dpSun adapts to your needs. It depends on the power you want (73-175 w/m2), and the Transparency you need (7-58 % transparent area).