Building-integrated PVs could help boost green standards over the next few years

A developing technology could begin to have an impact on sustainable standards over the next few years.

January 10, 2013 |

A developing technology could begin to have an impact on sustainable standards over the next few years. A new Pike Research report forecasts that the market for building-integrated photovoltaic technology is expected to boom, moving from $606 million this year to $2.4 billion in 2017. BIPVs are ultra-thin solar panels, some of which can be printed onto building materials including walls, roof shingles, windows and steel roofs.

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