Električne performanse sistema fotonaponskih materijala integrisanih u zgrade

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Jasna Radulović Danijela Nikolić Jasmina Skerlić Mina Vasković Jovanović

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Jedna od najistaknutijih i najčistijih tehnologija obnovljivih izvora energije, gde se sunčeva svetlost pretvara u električnu energiju je solarna fotonaponska tehnologija (PV). Fotonaponski materijali integrisani u zgrade (BIPV) su fotonaponski materijali koji se koriste da zamene konvencionalne materijale u delovima omotača zgrade, kao što su krovovi, krovni prozori ili fasade. Ovi materijali se mogu lako integrisati u zgrade, dajući joj nove oblike, nove mogućnosti, nove forme fasade zgrade, instalacije krovnog sistema, efikasan rad i druge praktične aspekte. Na globalnom nivou, električna energija dobijena pomoću PV-a predstavlja jednu ključnu komponentu naše energetske budućnosti i pomaže očuvanju vrednih prirodnih resursa. Poslednjih godina BIPV se ubrzano razvija i postaje sve atraktivniji za buduća istraživanja i primenu, zahvaljujući napretku u tehnologiji, smanjenim troškovima fotonaponskih materijala, itd. Cilj ovog rada je da istakne napredak prethodnih istraživanja o električnim performansama sistema fotonaponskih materijala integrisanih u zgrade (BIPV), kao i da ukaže na energetske i ekološke prednosti ovih sistema.


 

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RADULOVIĆ, Jasna et al. Električne performanse sistema fotonaponskih materijala integrisanih u zgrade. Zbornik Međunarodne konferencije o obnovljivim izvorima električne energije – MKOIEE, [S.l.], v. 7, n. 1, p. 221-226, dec. 2019. Dostupno na: <https://izdanja.smeits.rs/index.php/mkoiee/article/view/5951>. Datum pristupa: 25 jan. 2020
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Energetska efikasnost

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