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Ventilated Photovoltaic Skylight for a City Hall in Spain

Ventilated Photovoltaic Skylight for a City Hall in Spain

The work for the installation of a ventilated photovoltaic skylight at Alzira’s City Hall, in Valencia, are about to finish. It’s an skylight with perimetral ventilation of the interior yard being covered.

A total of 48 semi-transparent modules have been necessary for an area of 115 m2. It’s a triple laminated glass without air chamber, that allows the trespassing of 10% of the daylight facilitating natural illumination and repelling UV and infrared rays; thus improving inner comfort.

The total installed power is 5kWp and it will generate more than 6.000 kWh a year, avoiding the emission to the atmosphere of more than five tons of CO2.

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  1. We are investigating the use of BIPV for a Research building in Palo Alto. We have not been able to find out the New York City contact so we can discuss our detailing.
    Can you provide contact information of someone at the New York CIty offices?

    415-365-3552

    Thanks


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