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Buildings as Power Stations
Kevin Bygate
Buildings as Power Stations
Vision: ‘To functionalise the whole
building envelope …. new build and existing.’
Generate . S...
Scale-up Technologies
• Generation:
• Photovoltaic, Solar-thermal
• Storage:
• Batteries, Thermal
• Release:
• Lighting, H...
• To be installed by end of August 2014
• Programme of works for pilot line being
developed to suit
Partners:
1. Bathgate/...
SBRI Heritage bid with Stride Treglown Architects
Permeable Insulation and Power (PIP) system
• Supplying 4 sheets with co...
Demonstrators – Industrial Shed
Existing west elevation
Diurnal storage
system
Solar Air Collector and Solar Store on an i...
BIPV on roof
Thin film photovoltaics are factory
applied to the roof sheeting,
offering a robust and aesthetically
pleasin...
Buildings as Power Stations
BUILDINGS AS POWER STATIONS
ACTIVE ENERGY GENERATOR NOT PASSIVE CONSUMERS
The main objective is to create a TOOL which all...
Conclusions
Buildings as Power Stations – the Future
System Integration and Modelling available at
Building Level
Oppor...
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Buildings as Power Stations - Pathway to a Resilient Future for Dorset - Workshop Presentation - Kevin Bygate

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Buildings as Power Stations - Pathway to a Resilient Future for Dorset - Workshop Presentation - Kevin Bygate

  1. 1. Buildings as Power Stations Kevin Bygate
  2. 2. Buildings as Power Stations Vision: ‘To functionalise the whole building envelope …. new build and existing.’ Generate . Store . Release.
  3. 3. Scale-up Technologies • Generation: • Photovoltaic, Solar-thermal • Storage: • Batteries, Thermal • Release: • Lighting, Heating All delivered by the scale up printing of functional coatings
  4. 4. • To be installed by end of August 2014 • Programme of works for pilot line being developed to suit Partners: 1. Bathgate/Permaflor Office Demonstrators – Heated Tile (3 demos)
  5. 5. SBRI Heritage bid with Stride Treglown Architects Permeable Insulation and Power (PIP) system • Supplying 4 sheets with conductive coating applied for use in the demonstration project • Monitoring of the system to assess the efficacy • Project will inform future design and research Demonstrators – Heated Tile ‘spin-off’
  6. 6. Demonstrators – Industrial Shed Existing west elevation Diurnal storage system Solar Air Collector and Solar Store on an industrial shed
  7. 7. BIPV on roof Thin film photovoltaics are factory applied to the roof sheeting, offering a robust and aesthetically pleasing solution. TSC on walls Transpired solar collector on south facing walls draws warm air into the building to provide space heating either directly or to be stored for later use. Storage Warm air from the TSC is stored in a tank supplying the heating system. Electricity generated by the photovoltaics is stored in batteries. Water purification Rainfall on the roof passes over a photoactive TiO2 coated metal roof sheeting, which removes organic matter. This is collected, passed through a filter and stored for use in the house. Release Energy generated by the building envelope is released throughout the house via heating, lighting, electrical equipment and water use. Buildings as Power Stations
  8. 8. Buildings as Power Stations
  9. 9. BUILDINGS AS POWER STATIONS ACTIVE ENERGY GENERATOR NOT PASSIVE CONSUMERS The main objective is to create a TOOL which allows to:  Integrate Supply Storage and Demand into the same building.  Model a Residential Scale Hybrid systems. ‘BIRE’ SUPPLY DEMAND LOADS ELECTRICAL STORAGE Fig. 1. Diagram of the hybrid system setting including: BIRE Supply – EES Storage – DC Demand. Buildings as Power Stations
  10. 10. Conclusions Buildings as Power Stations – the Future System Integration and Modelling available at Building Level Opportunity to Integrate at Community Level Driven by Market Economics

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