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Solar Panel Integrated Building Designs
Integrating solar photovoltaic cells or modules into the fabric of a building, whether as a roof, window, or other façade elements, is known as building-integrated photovoltaics (BIPV). An integrated part of the building’s skin, a BIPV system does double duty by transforming solar energy into electricity and performing other building envelope functions.
A solar pergola, solar canopy, or solar patio cover is a pergola-like shade structure that also includes a solar energy system. Pergolas powered by solar panels can provide all or most of your home’s energy needs while also beautifying your backyard with a shady retreat.
Solar Patio Covers
To give your home clean, renewable energy from the sun, consider installing a solar patio cover, also called a solar-powered patio cover, on your back porch. Typically, it’s attached to your house and has at least two columns or posts holding it up. If your backyard is big enough, you can benefit from a solar patio cover.
A solar gazebo is an independent structure, covered by solar panels on the roof. Such gazebos can be used for a variety of purposes under cover. Adding a solar gazebo to a roof garden or terrace could be a beautiful and functional addition to the outdoor area.
Using the sun’s rays to generate electricity, solar carports can power your electrical vehicles or home while providing the required shelter to park the vehicles. Solar carports are ground-based carport canopies that cover your parking area. The canopies’ slanted roofs provide an ideal surface for mounting solar panels and contribute to the structure’s beauty.