Press releases, articles, leaflets, videos, social media campaign. Month 12 batch.
Promotional material. Press releases, articles, leaflets, videos, social media campaign. Month 48 batch.
Development of a multipurpose project website for widespread communication, but also as share-point for the consortium.
Press releases, articles, leaflets, videos, social media campaign. Month 24 batch.
Report gathering the guided visits for stakeholders (architects, engineers, construction sector professionals, students, etc.) to PVSITES demonstration installations, performed during months 30-42.
Specific information and related materials to inform the partners about the rules to be applied for coherent and consistent presentation of project communications.
Press releases, articles, leaflets, videos, social media campaign. Month 36 batch.
Report gathering all the onsite training sessions for installers at the project demonstration sites performed in order to transfer the generated know-how to this key actor in the BIPV value chain. At least one training session in each demo site.
Webinars for relevant stakeholders on the different formats and possibilities of the product portfolio.
The deliverable will include a guide for architectural integration of the BIPV products in every demo site, guide for commissioning and maintenance, installation guides, guide for electrical integration and available operation strategies, control strategies for each demo site. Health, safety and security procedures.
Description of the difficulties encountered in executing the demonstrators, in particular those related to the acceptance and use of the BIPV elements (as opposed to normal construction elements).
Optical, thermal, mechanical and electrical simulation reports at element level. The aim is to generate part of the information needed to show compliance with building codes and standard and extract conclusions which might lead to re-design needs. At building level, simulation of energy efficiency, lighting (for semitransparent curved CIGS elements) and all parameters determining the optimal architectural integration as a function of building typology, location, etc. The project demo buildings will also be simulated with two purposes: (1) to select the optimum implementation for the product and have a first feedback on expected performance levels and (2) to validate the software output data with the results coming from the demo installations.
Starting from the analysis in deliverable 8.16, a complete and specific set of guidelines and recommendations for the replicability of PVSITES products, approaches and actions will be gathered to support further steps towards market deployment of the demonstrated products and technologies.
Report gathering all the processes followed and their corresponding results for the successful consecution of the demonstration installations, matching the timing and quality-related objectives of the project.
3D representation of architectural and aesthetical specifications regarding colour, transparency levels, integration aspects, etc.
The dissemination and communication plan sets the most appropriate strategies for dissemination and communication, in line with the strategies for exploitation of results. To be updated in months 12, 24, 36.
Month 36 update
Project related dissemination in major relevant conferences and other events by project partners. First version. To be updated in months 24, 36 and 42.
Specific actions that need to be conducted in each pilot site and will be designed according to key parameters depending on pilot site configuration (BIPV technologies implemented, location of the BIPV implementation,etc.). 8
Final version of the documents, containing the updates related to the results of the demonstration activities.
Month 36, final version.
For every building site, an energy analysis will be done to identify the thermal and electrical real behavior of the buildings and their interactions with their districts. The deliverable will include 2-3 pre-dimensioning possibilities for every demo site, including the description of total surfaces of BIPV and storage installation.
Report gathering the results on the training courses on the BIPV software tool, performed during project implementation.
Month 12 update
Formulation of requirements attending to European climate zones and bio-climatic design considerations. These requirements will consider comfort, indoor climate, heating, cooling and daylight specifications as a function of climatic zones.
Month 24 update
Activities and technical requirements that must be completed and met to successfully achieve the monitoring and assessment tasks at building and BIPV system level.
Summary report on main current legislative standards in place, needed standardization activities prior to marketization of the innovative products and tests needed for market introduction.
The description of every pre-dimensioning will be analyzed through the BIPV modeling tool developed in WP7, with the support of TRNSys and Modelica for installations. Results will include real layouts and operation results of the new systems in the demo sites, as well as heat/cool/electricity load charts (energy demand) for a whole year of usual operation of every building.
Completion of the installation of the monitoring equipment and start of BIPV systems monitoring process.
The deliverable will define the technical information needed for each product: PV technology, nominal power, possible architectural applications, customization, life cycle, price, etc. As for operation mechanisms, it will describe a search tool able to select the optimum product at project design level; as well as preliminary production estimates as a function of location, orientation, tilt, etc. to facilitate a first evaluation of economic viability of the BIPV products. To be updated in months 24 and 36.
Month 24 update
Target buildings will be monitored for one year period prior to the retrofitting. This will allow to establish the energy consumption baseline to compare the new consumptions after renovation and then for assessing the energy savings.
Month 48 update
Summary report providing and overview of relevant current and foreseen legislation regarding renewables, grid and buildings and their implications for the BIPV market.
This deliverable will contain the second version of the project management plan, updated after 27 months of project execution.
This deliverable will contain the second version of the project management plan, updated after 15 months of project execution.
Justification in terms of cost-effectiveness of the selected PV storage topology and technology for each of every single use case categorized in task 2.2. (at least 6 use cases)
The quality management plan will include an updated, detailed project management plan, Gantt chart and Work Breakdown Structure. It will display at least a schedule per task, responsible partner, related subtasks, related deliverables and dependencies to other tasks. Revisions of the project management plan will be made on month 15 and month 27.
Summary report on market and stakeholder analysis and trends including market potential/challenges and expected desirable benefits for different stakeholders.
Collection of BIPV related concepts reaching the NZEB level.
Month 36 update
Optical, thermal, mechanical and electrical simulation reports at element level. The aim is to generate part of the information needed to show compliance with building codes and standard and extract conclusions which might lead to re-design needs. At building level, simulation of energy efficiency, lighting and all parameters determining the optimal architectural integration as a function of building typology, location, etc. The project demo buildings will also be simulated with two purposes: (1) to select the optimum implementation for the product and have a first feedback on expected performance levels and (2) to validate the software output data with the results coming from the demo installations.
Mechanical aspects and hidden wiring strategies elucidated for large dimension BIPV units (up to 4,5x2,5 m).
10%-14% efficiency CIGS modules implemented as BIPV roofing tiles and façade elements with no performance loss.
The manufacturing of prototypes for demo sites has been divided in two batches to allow the manufacturers coping with this request in reasonable times. The content and distribution between batches will be a result of the project development.
Complete manufacturing, according to specifications, of all the samples needed for the indoor validation tests of c-Si based products.
Laminated glass units with back contact solar cells. Module efficiency 16% measured by solar simulator at 35% light transmission.
Completed manufacturing, in accordance with specifications, of all the CIGS-based roofing and façade elements for testing process.
Second and last group of prototype products for the demonstration installations.
Prototypes of curved CIGS glass elements complying with specifications and protocols defined for testing.
Fully opaque laminated glass units with hidden busbars and L interconnections with no performance loss.
10%-14% efficiency CIGS modules implemented as large area BIPV roofing and façade elements with no performance loss.
Manufacturing of the necessary samples for test benches (CIGS curved glass) and commercial installation (CIGS roofing elements) completed.
Implementation of the BIPV products portfolio from WP2 in a physical format and an online catalogue, as well as implementation of a tool for preliminary assessment of the products in the portfolio.
Updated information on the BIPV products incorporated as corresponding BIM objects.
First version of web service model defined and implemented.
It will include building description, accurate description of building elements, occlusion elements, heating/cooling differentials computed on specific areas of the building, impact on natural lighting.
Containing BIM objects representing PVSITES products.
Hourly amount of solar income on the building and separate elements. Hourly PV production. Heating and cooling deltas.
User friendly interfaces implemented, updates after optimization process.
Author(s): Juan Manuel Espeche, Federico Noris, Zia Lennard, Simon Challet, Maider Machado
Published in: Proceedings, Issue 1/7, 2017, Page(s) 690, ISSN 2504-3900
Author(s): EDUARDO ROMÁN, ANA ISABEL HUIDOBRO, JAVIER DEL POZO, PACO CANO
Published in: Energetica21, Issue 1, 2020, Page(s) 38-40, ISSN 1577-7855
Author(s): T. Baenas, M. Machado
Published in: Energy and Buildings, Issue 151, 2017, Page(s) 146-156, ISSN 0378-7788
Author(s): Dr. Maider Machado; Jose M. Vega de Seoane; Dr. Francoise Burgun; Dr. Ya Brigitte Assoa; Simon Challet
Published in: PV Tech Power Volume 15, 2018, ISSN 2057-438X
Author(s): M. Machado, S. Challet, I. Weiss, E. Román Medina, J.M. Espeche, F. Noris, T. Reijenga, E. Rico, I. Huerta, Y.B. Assoa, F. Burgun, J.C. Esteban, J. Escribano Troncoso, P. Alamy, V.K. Nguyen
Published in: Proceedings from the 33rd European Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conference and Exhibition (EUPVSEC), 2017
Author(s): Van Khai Nguyen, Maider Machado
Published in: Proceedings of EuroSun 2018, 2018, Page(s) 1-10
Author(s): P. Alamy, V.K. Nguyen, E. Saretta, P. Bonomo, E. Román Medina, J.M. Vega de Seoane, P. Alonso
Published in: Proceedings EU PVSEC 2019, 2019
Author(s): D. Valencia, M. Machado, A. Sanz Martinez, Y.B. Assoa, F. Burgun, J. Escribano Troncoso, E. Rico, T. Reijenga, P. Brassier, P. Surguy, L. Chan, V. Francisco, P. Alonso, I. Weiss
Published in: Proceedings EU PVSEC 2019, 2019
Author(s): David Martín; Elena Rico; Teodosio del Caño
Published in: Issue 1, 2016