Photovoltaic shelters

What are photovoltaic shelters and what are they for

The photovoltaic shelters are single-pitched structures, which in addition to playing the role of roofing, can be used to produce the electricity with which to power the surrounding area. To make this use possible are the solar panels installed on them, with which the necessary amount of energy is produced, without burdening the network. The growing success of photovoltaic shelters derives in particular from the ease of installation and the speed of the relative operations. In this regard, it should be remembered that their installation must always be carried out by specialized technicians, who must follow a project drawn up in order to guarantee the best position of the photovoltaic panels and a sizing such as to give rise to optimal performance.

What are the types of photovoltaic shelters

The types of photovoltaic shelters are varied, as they can be used for many uses. For example, those for cars can be used for parking and are usually made of fireproof material or aluminum, to then be covered with polyvinyl chloride sheets. Those that are instead inserted in the garden of your home can perform the recharging function for those who own an electric car, thanks to the provision of a stand-alone solar system garnished with a storage battery that allows you to store the energy generated. While the shelters for bus stop areas can in turn be used to recharge mobile phone devices, as well as wi-fi access points and energy generators for the area served.

The regulations on photovoltaic shelters

The existing legislation in our country defines the photovoltaic shelter as an accessory structure that can cover pedestrian paths or parking lots. Similarly to photovoltaic pergolas, they must have a height from the ground of at least two meters. Furthermore, they must fall within the pertinence of buildings, whether they are homes or not, or structures that have any intended use. In practice, the installation of photovoltaics to integrate the shelter must in any case be in function of relevance to a building or structure with intended use. This particularity makes it impossible to include these structures in the bonuses provided for by the legislation,

Photovoltaic shelters: The main advantages of photovoltaic shelters

The advantages that are ensured by the installation of a structure of this kind can be manifold. Among the most notable ones, the complete integration of photovoltaics in urban, architectural or building structures of cities must certainly be taken into consideration. A feature that is actually pushing many administrations to consider them as a form of street furniture. It should also be remembered that the production of clean energy that the shelters guarantee does not take place at the expense of free spaces. In fact, photovoltaic shelters integrate perfectly into existing structures that have other functions. Finally, it should not be underestimated that the adoption of a similar structure involves an automatic increase in the value of the property adjacent to it,

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