SolarLab works closely with the architects to develop energy producing facade solutions that are customized to every individual project. The facades are manufactured with a low LCC in our European production facilities using sustainable energy and minimizing transport.
Our production experience, as well as our in-house design and engineering capabilities, support clients from the initial design phase through to the commissioning of the energy producing facade. This minimizes risk and ensures a final result that delivers both aesthetically and functionally.
SolarLab has years of experience in completing a wide range of new-build and renovation projects. Some of these are showcased here, but it’s a rapidly moving world, so please contact us for more information about our projects and capabilities.
Sustainable architecture and nZEB buildings require energy producing buildings. SolarLabs BIPV (Building Integrated Photo Voltaic) systems make this cost-effective and easily achievable, by replacing the classic rainscreen with a maintenance free, beautiful, durable and energy producing alternative.
Our energy producing facade systems provide architectural freedom to realize almost any vision and to do so with a very low LCC solution, manufactured locally in Europe with sustainable energy.
With visually hidden mounting solutions and a wide selection of colors, textures, coatings and finishes, our experienced team is ready to support both the creative process and the building realization process, from early pre-tender ideation to realization and commissioning.
By replacing the traditional cladding with our energy producing facade system, the facade will not only pay for itself in just a few years and continue to provide free and sustainable electricity for many years, but also return the energy and carbon-dioxide investment accrued in its creation.
The marginal cost of facade integrating the PV over a traditional facade cladding material is often less than adding the equivalent power capacity in a standard roof top PV array.
As on-site power generation is increasingly required to comply with local building codes, our BiPV facades provides a cost-effective alternative that preserves the roof tops for rainwater management and social activities.