Photovoltaics and Architecture

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Randall Thomas
Taylor & Francis, Aug 29, 2003 - Architecture - 168 pages
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Photovoltaic systems (PVs) produce electricity directly from solar radiation and are becoming more widespread as their advantages become apparent. This new guide provides an overview of how PVs work and how they are incorporated in the design of buildings, giving designers a good idea of the variety and flexibility of PVs and of their design and aesthetic potential. Seven contemporary case studies illustrate the use and application of photovoltaic systems.
 

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Contents

List of contributors
Introduction 2 What are photovoltaics?
PVs on buildings
Costs and sizing
PVs in buildings
Cambridge BotanicGarden Cambridge
Solarvillage at Amersfoort Holland
ParkmountHousing Belfast Richard Partington
David LloydJones 11 The EarthCentre canopy
University of Cambridge Department of Earth Sciences
Haileybury Imperial College
PVs in perspective Bill Dunster
Conclusion
References andBibliography
Index
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