Especially in the field of photovoltaic facades, solar modules with invisible photovoltaic technology and high PV performance are currently in demand. Glass-glass modules SUNOVATION eFORM have been developed to serve as building integrated photovoltaic modules and can be adapted to the building not only in terms of size, glass structure, etc. but also in terms of color. 50 new shades from 4 color worlds cover a wide range of colors and make it easy to plan a perfectly matching pv-facade. As usual, we are happy to customize individual colors as well - For maximum flexibility and individuality.
News and current projects from Sunovation
SUNOVATION BIPV-colors: colored solar modules
New color range for colored photovoltaic facades
World Architecture Festival Awards 2021
Nomation of Sustainability Pavilion designed by Grimshaw Architects
Day of Architecture 2021
Presentation of the mobility station with photovoltaic facade in Bad Kreuznach
The building design by slb Architekten und Ingenieure has been selected in the national competition "Climate protection through cycling". It serves as a monitored bicycle parking garage and information point around e-mobility, cycling and sustainability. The facade consists of large-format facade glass and SUNOVATION eFORM clear glass-glass modules. The 221 m² photovoltaic facade consists of 44 extra-large glass-glass modules in 33 different sizes and geometries with module heights of >5 m and up to 6.7 m². The electricity generated is used to illuminate the parking garage and for the charging stations. This project has been funded by the German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU) as part of the national climate protection initiative.
The "Day of Architecture 2021" will take place from June 26-27, 2021. For more information and the program, visit www.diearchitekten.org/tda.
New color collection
for SUNOVATION eFORM unichrome BIPV modules
EXPO 2020 - Sustainability Pavilion
Spectacular BIPV Glass Roof designed by Grimshaw Architects
The 18 eTrees with transparent solar glass modules, installed in the direct area around the pavilion, not only produce electricity. They also provide shade and show in a charming way that the use of sustainable energy can also meet the highest design expectations.