Appling photovoltaic systems in buildings to use of solar energy requires that the equipment to be installed on roofs or facades becomes integrated into the aesthetics and functionality of the building.
The photovoltaic electricity generation project must be adapted to the needs of the architectural project.
Proton's special panels have been designed to perform on facades, including North façade. Proton technology allows a better use of incident light in moments of low irradiance.
The PROTON PV products family for the building Integration are configured by various technologies to be adapted to the architectural conditions of the buildings, in order to obtain electrical energy from all areas of the buildings
Photovoltaic BIPV PV-br CdTe Thin Film Type
For building integration applications, Thin Film photovoltaic technology offers a cost efficient alternative. In addition, it is the one that best adapts to the conditions of the building in any orientation to the sun.
Its aesthetic appearance is very elegant with a homogeneous darkened color throughout the surface.
PROTON thin film panels generate 30% more in adverse conditions. The panels incorporate in their own composition, substances to increase photonic mobility in conditions of low solar irradiation.
PHOTOVOLTAIC BIPV PV-SP Crsi crystalline silicon type
For applications of integration in buildings the photovoltaic Silicon Crystalline technology of rear contacts is very suitable in sunny areas of the building with good orientation to the sun.
PROTON crystalline silicon panels are based on Sun Power cells, with 5% more efficiency. The panels have their connections at the back. This avoids internal shading and increases the active surface exposed to the sun.
PROTON panels are designed with laminated glass to enhance their security, reflectivity and integration in the building's architectural solution. the darkened color is homogeneous throughout the surface. The usual Format for all PROTON photovoltaic panels is Double Glass.
SOLAR CONCENTRATION TOWER
CPV (Concentrates Photovoltaic) technology uses optics to focus large amounts of sunlight on small photovoltaic surfaces to generate electricity. CPV systems with the most efficient solar energy systems and produce the most energy in dry and sunny climates.
The concentration towers have a double axis that allows the modules to follow the sun's path and take advantage of all the solar energy. They need open surfaces such as parking lots, solar fields, farms or electroline stations.
One of the main advantages of the towers compared to other solar generation systems is recyclability. It is a 100% recyclable solution, thanks to the cells that are separable from the modules and each of the components can be reused or recycled.
The tower structure is also 100% recyclable and, in most installations, recycled tube is already used.