Developing zero-energy buildings and zero-carbon buildings is an important focus in the low-carbon transformation of the construction industry, with a number of relevant technologies and products exhibited at the China Hi-Tech Fair (CHTF).
These include cadmium telluride thin film photovoltaic power generation glass, which can be applied to traditional rooftop distributed photovoltaic power generation. As the transmittance of the glass can be customized, it can replace the traditional curtain wall glass and fully meet the needs of lighting, energy saving, heat preservation, as well as heat insulation.
The unit BIPV wooden structure photovoltaic module, combined with the digital photovoltaic building integrated design and manufacturing system of new materials, new processes, new equipment, as well as new technologies, can be integrated into a special photovoltaic building solution.
The modular optical storage direct and flexible integrated energy box, developed by China Construction Science and Industry Corporation, uses edge computing and cloud collaboration as data processing methods to coordinate the integration of photovoltaic, energy storage, load, as well as power grid. It can provide one-stop energy solutions for consumer side users, serving energy saving, green, and low-carbon buildings.