Sustainable Mediterranean Construction

Sustainable Mediterranean Construction

TECHNOLOGICAL INNOVATION AND DESIGN OF BIPV SYSTEMS FOR ENERGY TRANSITION PROCESSES

Authors

  Valeria D’Ambrosio, Enza Tersigni

Keywords: 

BIPV, renewable energy, energy transition, decarbonization

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Abstract

The increase in CO2 emissions from residential buildings in recent years in Italy requires the development of alternative solutions to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050. A strong increase in the rate of retrofitting of the existing residential building stock will be essential to achieve the emission reduction targets set by Paris Agreement and Sustainable Development Goals set by 2030 Agenda. Although the use of Building Integrated Photovoltaics (BIPV) has been a reality for several decades, it has not yet managed to become a widespread solution. Third generation BIPV solutions are developing rapidly, offering a wide variety of multifunctional products that allow the use of BIPV to reduce the use of non-renewable sources. The paper aims to evaluate the applicability of BIPV solutions on a sample of residential buildings in the Italian context, with the aim of assessing the integrability in relation to different urban contexts, types of buildings and type-morphological features, estimating the potential energy outcomes.

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SMC N.14 2021

SMC MAGAZINE N. FOURTEEN/2021

001_ COVER AND INDEX

005_ VIEW_HISTORY, ENERGY AND SCIENCE: CHANGES IN THE CONSTRUCTION AND DESIGNERS’ RESPONSIBILITY
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023_ BOARDS AND INFORMATION

FOCUS ON SDG 2030 ENERGY HISTORY AND SCIENCE

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059_ THE CASE OF APICE VECCHIO. Hypotesis for a conservation
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069_ SUSTAINABLE TRANSPORTATION: CHALLENGES AND APPLICABILITY IN MEGACITIES TO ATTAIN SDGS – CASE STUDY OF CAIRO, EGYPT
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075_ ENVIRONMENTAL VULNERABILITY TO PERIPHERALIZATION RISK IN LARGE AREA PLANNING
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084_ ENERGY EFFICIENCY OF INTELLIGENT GLAZING. Case Study: Detached House in Greece
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096_ SUSTAINABLE RESTORATION: SURVEY AND ANALYSIS OF THE BARON EMPAIN PALACE, CAIRO, EGYPT
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111_ RECORDING, DOCUMENTATION AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN CULTURAL HERITAGE BUILDINGS. Athens building maintenance (1830-1940)
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116_ INFOGRAPHICS AND MAPS AS TOOLS FOR THE CONSTRUCTION AND USE OF ANTHROPIC LANDSCAPES
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122_ ANALYSIS AND REPRESENTATION OF ACCESSIBILITY PARAMETERS OF URBAN OPEN SPACES
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175_ NEIGHBOURHOODS IN THE CENTRE: THE NOLO CASE IN THE MILAN CONTEXT
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