HORIZON-CL5-2023-D3-01-02 : PV integration in buildings and in infrastructure

PV integration in buildings and in infrastructure unlocks a huge potential for renewable electricity generation. Integrated PV require individual solutions in order to meet multi-functional and aesthetic requirements such as yield-friendly colouring or modular transparency, antifouling property, structural flexibility, module lightness and flexibility, suited voltage levels, the use of and combination with (building) materials other than glass, and an overall high aesthetical value that addresses the requirements of architects and designers.

Proposals are expected to:

  • Demonstrate resilience against partial shading, flexibility in the interconnection of PV modules having different sizes and electrical characteristics specific optical and thermal control solutions, long service life/easy replacement, safety and simplicity of maintenance, software control for quick detection of faults, module substructures and fixing systems to enhance aesthetics and functionality of the integration and electricity yield.
  • Decrease costs and enhance lifetime, quality, reliability and sustainability with new approaches for both PV module and BOS with the development of industrialized production of customized products and of prefabricated modular solutions, which incorporate an integrated life cycle approach.
  • Develop energy integration and social behaviour concepts to maximize the energy matching between PV production and local buildings consumption, supported by new tools and business models to ensure their economic effectiveness.
  • Demonstrate integration of PV design and manufacturing within the construction value chain with appropriate consideration to standards for buildings and infrastructure, as well as contribution to new and improved standards.
  • Form alliances between all stakeholders (PV and building/construction sectors, distribution system operators, investors, owners, architects, installers) to tackle a number of educational and regulatory barriers that still hinder the development of integrated PV in buildings and in infrastructure. The goal is to promote new concepts/schemes and business models for an active role of integrated PV in renovation and construction.

Conditions d'éligibilité
Aides

Subvention.

Coûts réels.
Taux entreprise : 70%

Informations sur le projet

Date limite : 30 . 03 . 2023 à 12:00


Bénéficiaires

  • PME
  • ETI
  • Groupe
  • Académique


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