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Photovoltaic systems – types of installations, materials, monitoring and modeling - review

Date added: 2020-03-18

Pages: 40-49


Angelika Anduła, Dariusz Heim


Photovoltaic systems have become a common solution for, both small residential buildings as well as large service buildings. When buildings are being designed, it is important to focus on the aspect of the object’s energy efficiency as lowering the energy consumption of a given facility is crucial. The article discusses the use of photovoltaic panels such as so-called BAPV (Building Applied Photovoltaics) and BIPV (Building Installed Photovoltaics) installations as well as photovoltaic thermal systems (PV/T), which generate both electricity and heat. The role of PV installation in so-called zero energy buildings and proposals for future research and solutions are also discussed.



photovoltaic systems, bipv, bapv, pv t, energy sources, modeling