Investigation of building integrated photovoltaics potential in achieving the zero energy building target

@article{Kylili2014InvestigationOB,
  title={Investigation of building integrated photovoltaics potential in achieving the zero energy building target},
  author={Angeliki Kylili and Paris A. Fokaides},
  journal={Indoor and Built Environment},
  year={2014},
  volume={23},
  pages={106 - 92}
}
Since the photovoltaic (PV) scientific community started exploring innovative ways of incorporating solar electricity into buildings, a whole new vernacular of solar electric architecture emerged. Currently, there is a growing consensus that building integrated photovoltaics (BIPV) systems will be the backbone of the zero energy building (ZEB) European target by 2020, through their widespread commercialization. BIPV systems often produce however less energy than conventional PV systems due to… 

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