Best practices for PVT technology

Simon Furbo, Bengt Perers, Janne Dragsted, João Gomes, Mário Gomes, Paulo Coelho, Hasan Yıldızhan, İbrahim Halil Yilmaz, Bilge Aksay, Alper Bozkurt, Diogo Cabral, Sahand Hosouli, Abolfazl Hayati, Jovita Kaziukonytė, Evaldas Sapeliauskas, Remigijus Kaliasas

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Abstract

The PVT technology combines solar PV and solar thermal in the same PVT panel. In this way, both electricity and heat are produced by the PVT panel. Compared to the PV technology and the solar heating technology the PVT technology is in the early market stage with only few small and weak industries active. Best practices for the PVT technology, which is still under rapid development, are summarized. Marketed systems with different PVT panel types, different PVT system types with different components for different applications are considered. The potential advantages for PVT systems and the needs for key actors in order to establish a successful sustainable future PVT market are given. Finally, recommendations for a subsidy scheme for PVT systems are given, so that a PVT market can be developed in parallel with the successful PV market.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of SWC 2021: ISES Solar World Congress
PublisherInternational Solar Energy Society
Publication date2021
Pages420-429
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2021
EventSWC 2021: ISES Solar World Congress - Virtual conference
Duration: 25 Oct 202129 Oct 2021

Conference

ConferenceSWC 2021: ISES Solar World Congress
LocationVirtual conference
Period25/10/202129/10/2021

Keywords

  • PVT panels
  • PVT systems
  • Applications
  • Best practices

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