Color photovoltaics are a frequently applied element in Building-Integrated Photovoltaics (BIPV). BIPV are photovoltaic modules or systems which can be incorporated into the construction of a building, thus replacing conventional building materials while also providing a source of renewable energy.
LOF color solar cells have proven to be a popular choice among architects. For example, LOF cells have been an important feature in several, notable BIPV projects including Le Albere and Intesa Sanpaolo Bank HQ by Renzo Piano, London Kingsgate House by Horden Cherry Lee, and the Agriculture Sciences Building at Utah State University, by HDR. Examples of residential BIPV projects include Black Forest, Germany and Austria Gold Solar House.
LOF’s double-glass BIPV panels are extremely versatile and can be applied to rooftops, façades, skylights, balconies, blinds, shutters, bris-soleil, carports, louvres, and art installations. In addition to generating power, LOF’s panels provide weather protection, heat insulation, and shading from the sun. Upon customer request, all solar modules can be customized. LOF customizations include module shape, color, laminate construction, laminate module size, module voltage, and module transparency.
Now, with the advanced techniques of color BIPV, you can transform your home or building into a space powered by solar- with style.
LOF 6x6 BIPV
|Power range (W)
|Length*Width*Height (mm) (or any customized size)
|37.0 kg / pcs
|Double Glass multicrystalline silicon photovoltaic module
|Customized array assembly
|Made in Taiwan
|Using optical low iron tempered glass, EVA resin, module for outdoor use
|Certified by ISO 9001:2000