184 photovoltaic Modern Home Design Photos

Jim Burton Architects
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Capitol Hill House Solar Array
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calculation requires balancing the possible output of renewable systems (photovoltaics are affected by how much sun you get, for instance), with the design
or indirect solar radiation. Panels that provide electrical power are photovoltaic (PV for short). Panels that heat water are often described as solar thermal
panel, which is used to heat water. Surrounding them you can see many photovoltaic (PV) panels. These are used to convert solar power to electricity. That
or indirect solar radiation. Panels that provide electrical power are photovoltaic (PV for short). Panels that heat water are often described as solar thermal
or indirect solar radiation.Panels that provide electrical power are photovoltaic (PV for short). Panels that heat water are often described as solar thermal
“Sailor water and PV” — Anthony Vieni
NEW THEME Inc.
Green Greenberg Green House
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Love the idea of incorporating the photovoltaic panels into
Photovoltaic panels on sun shade...Photovoltaic panels...Photovoltaic canopy
“what is this manufacturer. is it fabric or molded?” — cforsberg
PAD studio
New Forest House
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Solar and photovoltaic panels throughout help keep the carbon footprint to a minimum.
Solar and photovoltaic panels throughout the property help keep the couple’s carbon footprint
Solar gain and photovoltaic panels have been used throughout the property in a bid to keep the couple’s carbon footprint to an absolute minimum. ‘During
Solar and photovoltaic panels throughout the property help keep the couple’s carbon footprint
Solar gain and photovoltaic panels have been used throughout the property in a bid to keep the couple’s
“Sitting on deck” — cangurina63
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Solar Decathlon House
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the garden In an effort to explore the design of active (solar panels, photovoltaics) and passive (direct solar heating) solar design, a Solar Decathlon is
In an effort to explore the design of active (solar panels, photovoltaics) and passive (direct solar heating) solar design, a Solar Decathlon is
In an effort to explore the design of active (solar panels, photovoltaics) and passive (direct solar heating) solar design, a Solar Decathlon is held every
“שילוב גג רגיל עם תוספת” — amitlarom
Lake Flato Architects
Hacienda Ja Ja
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be carbon neutral using low-tech appropriate site design to high-tech photovoltaic collectors.
of strategies, from low-tech yet appropriate site design to high-tech photovoltaic collectors, were used to achieve that goal with this house. But what
of strategies, from low-tech yet appropriate site design to high-tech photovoltaic collectors, were used to achieve that goal with this house.
of strategies, from low-tech yet appropriate site design to high-tech photovoltaic collectors, were used to achieve that goal with this house.But what makes
“Stilton roof” — Clinton Tamine
Levy Art & Architecture
1 Review
Zero Energy House
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open and bright year-round. All the electricity is powered by Sunpower photovoltaic panels. While Levy Art & Architecture makes sustainability a high
“Stairs” — ladybugger
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Nest House Nagoya
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years, the energy cost will typically be £1,000, while the income from photovoltaic cells could itself bring in £2,000,’ explains Paul Younger. ‘So there
“Poêle suspendu” — christiane1962
Lynn Gaffney Architect, PLLC
7 Reviews
BK House Kitchen
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only Cirrus ceiling fans), large overhangs to reduce heat in summer, photovoltaic solar panels for electric power, reclaimed wood siding, exposed concrete
“nicely done!” — unretired
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