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Scirj Volume III, Issue IV, April 2015 Edition
ISSN: 2201-2796

Comparative Studies on Integration of Photovoltaic in Hot and Cold Climate

Mobark Mohamed Osman, Asst.Prof.Dr.Halil Zafer Alibaba

Abstract: Photovoltaic modules (panels) have potentiality of generating clean, silent, electricity without burning of fuel fossil which may cause tremendous damage to our natural environment. When photovoltaic is integrated in building envelope, it would serve a dual purposes, first generate electricity secondly serves as a building element. For the photovoltaic integration to fulfill its optimum goal it should uplift building appearance, and enhance aesthetic quality and flexibility of the building. The objective of this research is to investigate the efficiency of photovoltaic integration in building in hot and cold climates, and how could it be optimized for sustainable development. The methodology adapted was based on comparative case studies of office buildings from hot climate, where Sudan was chosen as case study area, and for cold climates NCC Office building in Finland. It was discovered that thin film PV panel is more appropriate for hot climates and polycrystalline for cold climates.

Reference this Paper: Comparative Studies on Integration of Photovoltaic in Hot and Cold Climate by Mobark Mohamed Osman, Asst.Prof.Dr.Halil Zafer Alibaba published at: "Scientific Research Journal (Scirj), Volume III, Issue IV, April 2015 Edition, Page 48-60 ".

Search Terms: Mono-crystalline, Poly-crystalline, Thin film, PV Integration, Efficiency

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