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Vitality - design rules for building integrated photovoltaics in the early project development stage

Originální název

Vitality - design rules for building integrated photovoltaics in the early project development stage

Anglický název

Vitality - design rules for building integrated photovoltaics in the early project development stage

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

For achieving the ambitious Climate and Energy Targets of the European Union the area-wide implementation of integrated photovoltaics (BIPV) is key. Therefore, these objectives require strong efforts in terms of simplifying and enabling the consideration of BIPV in the planning process of buildings and urban districts. For developing building projects, the integral planning approach supports the successful implementation of BIPV. One obstacle is the lack of both tools and easy-to-use rules for planning support, especially by non-PV specialists in the early planning stage. Therefore, the aim of the Austrian research project VITALITY is to find a) design rules and b) to indicate technically meaningful planning parameter, c) to show up exemplary use cases and d) to analyze the influence of BIPV on further planning parameters of buildings (such as thermal comfort, electrical yield).

Anglický abstrakt

For achieving the ambitious Climate and Energy Targets of the European Union the area-wide implementation of integrated photovoltaics (BIPV) is key. Therefore, these objectives require strong efforts in terms of simplifying and enabling the consideration of BIPV in the planning process of buildings and urban districts. For developing building projects, the integral planning approach supports the successful implementation of BIPV. One obstacle is the lack of both tools and easy-to-use rules for planning support, especially by non-PV specialists in the early planning stage. Therefore, the aim of the Austrian research project VITALITY is to find a) design rules and b) to indicate technically meaningful planning parameter, c) to show up exemplary use cases and d) to analyze the influence of BIPV on further planning parameters of buildings (such as thermal comfort, electrical yield).

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT155745,
  author="Martin {Kaftan} and Anita {Preisler} and Julia {Wenin} and Sebastian {Sautter} and Thomas {Schlager} and Marcus {Rennhofer} and Tim {Selke}",
  title="Vitality - design rules for building integrated photovoltaics in the early project development stage",
  annote="For achieving the ambitious Climate and Energy Targets of the European Union the area-wide implementation of integrated photovoltaics (BIPV) is key. Therefore, these objectives require strong efforts in terms of simplifying and enabling the consideration of BIPV in the planning process of buildings and urban districts. For developing building projects, the integral planning approach supports the successful implementation of BIPV. One obstacle is the lack of both tools and easy-to-use rules for planning support, especially by non-PV specialists in the early planning stage. Therefore, the aim of the Austrian research project VITALITY is to find a) design rules and b) to indicate technically meaningful planning parameter, c) to show up exemplary use cases and d) to analyze the influence of BIPV on further planning parameters of buildings (such as thermal comfort, electrical yield).",
  chapter="155745",
  howpublished="online",
  year="2018",
  month="october",
  pages="32--39"
}