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Building materials + Power production
BIPV not only generates and supplies electricity to consumers through solar energy but also improves the building’s value as it is used for building cladding. By replacing cladding with BIPV, construction costs can be significantly reduced.

Product configuration

Secured system wind load and own module structure stability
- Secured system wind load and own module structure stability
Secured stability with PVB Film
• PVB Film is used for laminated glass of high-rise buildings as it has a higher heat and moisture resistance as well as a superior adhesive strength than EVA film
• Excellent insulation, durability, loading, heat and moisture resistance
Module with ‘Geon‘ mark ( Quality assurance certificate given by the Korea Institute of Construction Materials)
•ㆍPassed DIN52338 / EN12600 standard

BIPV installation examples
KFI hall 728kW BIPV System (Largest scale both in Korea and the world: Completed in second half of 2013) Our partner EPC company (responsible for the whole process from module production to BIPV installation)

BIPV installation effect
•Able to support increasing electricity consumption in buildings
•Reduces construction material cost by applying PV as building cladding
•Mitigates electricity peak due to cooling load in summer
•Contributes to eightening the value of buildings as it is an eco-friendly external design element
•Suitable for geographic conditions with narrow actual dwelling area as it does not need land to install
•Serves as a forum of PR as buildings are mostly space where people live in.
•Minimizes electricity loss due to power transmission as electricity is generated and consumed at the same location
•Applicable to new buildings or  existing buildings under repair and renovation

BIPV project

•Project name : KFI new hall
•Location : Seoul, Republic of Korea
•Capacity : 728kWp
•Year : 2013
•Project name : Cheonan Medical Center
•Location : Cheonan-si, Republic of Korea
•Capacity : 19.88kWp
•Year : 2011
•Project name : Gwangju Education Center
•Location : Gwangju-si, Republic of Korea
•Capacity : 44.03kWp
•Year : 2011