Electrifying the Walls: Growing Competition in Building-Integrated Photovoltaics

Conventional distributed photovoltaic systems are confined to rooftops, requiring additional hardware to be mounted on existing building materials. Not only does this increase the cost of systems, but it also results in an unaesthetic structure sitting above a house's roof line or is unable to utili...

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