Building-integrated Photovoltaics Global Market Report 2022

Published by Globe Newswire: The global concern regarding the carbon emissions from buildings and buildings construction is rising the demand for zero energy buildings. Building-integrated photovoltaics materials provide a reasonable option for building skins and help in achieving zero energy levels in buildings. For instance, according to New Buildings Institute (NBI) 2020 report, the demand for zero energy buildings in the United States and Canada is increasing at an exponential rate. The number of zero energy and zero waste buildings had nearly doubled to 700, and the total square footage of zero-energy buildings has exceeded 62 million square feet in 2020. Therefore, the growing demand for zero energy buildings will contribute to the building-integrated photovoltaics market growth.

Read More