Meeting with NexPower in Taichung brings us closer to realisation of BIPV

Our first project showcasing Terra Cotta BIPV as roof and wall cladding for the affordable housing sector, but also in itself, together with CSEM, Neuchatel, GenClad, Crumlin, NI, and NexPower, Taichung, will see the light of day in spring 2015. Unfortunately the terra cotta  colour isn’t yet quite right, but will be certified TüV and SUPSI beginning of next year.

trying to find the right colour combination
trying to find the right colour combination
different degrees of transparence
different degrees of transparency
different shades of "red" and other varieties
different shades of “red” and other varieties
20% tarnsparence
20% transparency
more trials to find the right terra cotta colour
more trials to find the right terra cotta colour
Team on NexPower's roof
Team on NexPower’s roof
proposed terra cotta
proposed terra cotta: not quite right
other thin film modules
other thin film modules

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ZKS Foundation, JR Partners and ÜserHuus

ZKS Foundation, Geneva Top Research Funding Medieval Studies Environmental Engineering Digital Humanities JR Partners' Tigh Grian Project: Affordable Sustainable Housing for EveryOne ÜserHuus AG, Hergiswil: Technology Transfer from University to Industry in BIPV roofs and facades

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