Rapidly changing shadowing of the PV during driving im- pacts the PV module development for VIPV, as partial shad- ing patterns require specific interconnection layouts and ultra-fast maximum-power-point tracking. Furthermore, cleaning and (partial) repairing of the PV modules should be possible in case of small impacts, scratches or damag- es. Other legal technological requirements surpassing the PV standards result from recycling and safety demands for automotive industry. An intelligent technology needs to be developed to connect the VIPV system with the grid or buildings (V2G, V2B) to balance sources and drains of the grid at any time during parking, while still charging the EV battery. Furthermore, aesthetical requirements (desired colors, homogeneity) must be fulfilled to significantly in- crease the social acceptance of VIPV.
Development of a shared database and standard of data col-
Definition of specific technological requirements for PV applica-
Demonstration at pilot line level of manufacturing for cost com-