SolaBlock’s solar wall

According to the Paris Agreement, COP21, and IEA tasks, the governments are forced to pave the way for increasing renewable energy production and energy efficiency in addition to decreasing greenhouse gas (GHG) emission to the specified amounts by 2020 and 2030. The buildings consume over 40% of the total amount of worldwide produced energy and approximately 24% of GHG emissions are released from them. Thus, there is a strong need for reducing the energy consumption in buildings.

SolaBlock’s solar wall systems provide both architectural design and energy performance features, helping to create innovative aesthetic details while mitigating the energy needs of building occupants.
Each square foot of SolaBlock’s solar wall systems provide up to 10 Watts peak, and up to 12 kWh per year of energy production, depending on location. That’s enough energy for one wall system to meet most of the residential electrical load for efficient buildings, with net zero-energy status possible with systems on three sides of the building. This means that a sun-exposed building may supply all of its electrical needs with SolaBlock’s solar wall systems. ——————–***——————–
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SolaBlock’s solar wall

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Location: Oslo, Norway

Date: Feb 24, 2019 @ 10:22

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