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Designing with Solar Power: A Source Book for Building Integrated Photovoltaics (BIPV) Hardcover – 1 Apr 2005

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'A highly readable and valuable source book on BIPV for a wide audience' Dr Clive Weatherby, Head of Technology, Solar Century

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Deo Prasad is Director of the SOLARCH Group, University of New South Wales Centre for a Sustainable Environment, Australia and is a Director of the International Solar Energy Society. Mark Snow is a senior researcher at the SOLARCH Group

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Case Studies 24 Oct 2009
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Interesting read, just understand this is not a design book. Its all pictures and general information on existing installations, aka case studies.

So its depends on what your looking for. It has great pictures and general info on BIPV, but little to nothing on technical and design aspects of the design. I dont think there is a single equation in the entire book.
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