Session E2 : ABS

14:00 Design Strategies for Advanced PV Façades

Chair: Leo Lau, University of Science & Technology Beijing, China

Parametric design and simulation of PV façades
  • Challenges and opportunities for innovative BIPV
  • Key advantages of BIPV improvements

Daniel Attoye, United Arab Emirates University

Building integration of photovoltaics at Nordic climate conditions
  • Integration of PV into the building skin at severe climate conditions
  • Environmental aspects of using BIPV

Anna Fedorova, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway

Construction materials producing energy
  • Beautiful and efficient: white PV modules
  • PV applications you do not recognize
  • Multipurpose construction materials

Peter Röthlisberger, Solaxess, Switzerland

Structure Integrated PV in monumental architecture and suburban infrastructures
  • Optimizing BIPV
  • The link to electrical mobility

Jean-Didier Steenackers, SunsoakDesign, Belgium

PV in national heritage conservation
  • PV placed in harmony with the environment
  • Integrating solar technology in listed buildings

Laurent Quittre, Issol, Belgium

BIPV as a new language in architectural design and construction
  • Improving PV module design through architectural research
  • Aesthetic and cost-effective choices for PV integration into facades
  • Architectural design of PV façades in tropical regions

Stephen Lau, National University of Singapore

Brief Presentations

BIPV façade coupled with transparent insulation

Miroslav Cekon, Brno University of Technology, Czech Republic

Solar-façade providing access-priority for pedestrians and cyclists

Abbas Rahmani, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany

Integration of PV into facades and roofs with Suncol

Gazmend Luzi, Sunage, Chiasso, Switzerland

15:30 Coffee Break