The workshop 'BIPV - Moving into the next phase' jointly organized by the Integrated PV Working Group of the ETIP PV and the IEA PVPS Task 15, succesfully took place in Marseille on 12 September 2019. This was an official parallel event of the European Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conference and Exhibition (EU PVSEC).
The event showcased some results of the international collaboration in the field of BIPV that was initiated by ETIP PV and IEA PVPS Task15 and discussed how national and international collaborations can help BIPV to move into its next phase of development.
In 2015, the IEA PVPS Task 15 collaboration started, focusing on the creation of an enabling framework for the acceleration of BIPV. Together with a number of other international research activities this has contributed to the international uptake of BIPV. In 2019, the first phase of IEA PVPS Task 15 will come to an end and a second phase is in development.
In 2014, ETIP PV started with a working group on BIPV, which was extended in 2018 to include all forms of integrated PV. With its activities, the Working Group IPV pushes the agreed target of the EU´s SET-Plan - Declaration on Strategic Targets in the context of an Initiative for Global Leadership in Photovoltaics (PV). This includes enabling mass realisation of "(near) Zero Energy Buildings" by Building-Integrated PV (BIPV) through the establishment of structural collaborative innovation efforts between the PV sector and key sectors from the building industry.
Programme and presentations
SESSION I: Results of five years of international collaboration
- 8:30 Opening Session I, Michiel Ritzen, Zuyd UAS
- 8:40 BIPV case studies from an architectural perspective , Tjerk Reijenga, BEAR
- 9:00 Research and Development of BIPV in an international context , Simon Boddaert, CSTB, France
- 9:20 Regulatory aspects of BIPV , Francesco Frontini SUPSi/ Nuria Martin Ciemat
- 9:40 Solar Skins, an opportunity for greener cities (joint study by ETIP PV/SolarPower Europe), Michael Schmela, SolarPower Europe
SESSION II: Entering the next phase of BIPV
- 10:15 Opening session II, Rutger Schlatmann, PVcomB, WG Leader of Integrated PV of ETIP PV
- 10:25 Using the potential of Photovolaics in Cities , Bruno Gaiddon, HESPUL
- 10:45 The BIPV business model canvas, Jessica Benson, RISE, Sweden
- 11:05 National consultancy office for Building Integrated Photovoltaics - independent advice on a local level , Björn Rau, Helmholtz Zentrum Berlin
- 11:25 BIPV success stories! – Results of R&D collaboration on European level , Eduardo Roman, Tecnalia
- 11:45 IEA PVPS Task 15 phase 2 – the next step in international collaboration, Johannes Eisenlohr, Fraunhofer ISE, Germany