Another BIPV project in the Scandinavian countries was received with enthusiasm by the inhabitants of Sweden.
At the end of June an unusual photovoltaic ventilated facade installation was presented in Goteberg. The entire facade consists of the modules that, thanks to Ink-Jet ceramic print, give the effect of a colorful mosaic that warms the appearance of the entire neighborhood.
The complete installation of a residential building, in addition to the facades, is also a classic photovoltaic installation on the roof of the building, which will generate a total of about 145 kW of energy, which will cover the vast majority of electricity consumed in the common parts of the building, such as lighting, elevators, laundries, etc.
The concept of colorful, ventilated modules integrated into the facade of the Goteberg building is the first innovative project of this type, which was created in Sweden.