As an international landmark and a symbol of pride in Israel, the library project deploys Jinko’s latest all-black N-type BIPV modules covering a roof area of ​​1016㎡ with a total capacity reaching 0.19MW. The BIPV module improves the thermal insulation of the library, which reduces heat loss. In addition to this, Jinko’s BIPV module has the inherent advantages of integration into the module design without wire exposure, which greatly improves the aesthetic appearance of the building. And with its N-type cell efficiency, the BIPV module has the added benefit of generating more electricity over the life of the building.

“Previously, BIPV technology was not widely used due to higher costs compared to conventional PV system. But we have made significant progress in the development of BIPV systems,” said Dany Qian, Vice President of JinkoSolar, “We have played a leading role in promoting advanced N-type cell technology and always pursue cost optimization of BIPV system. We have every reason to believe that BIPV is a promising technology in coming days.

Why Choose JinkoSolar BIPV

Architectural design element and superior efficiency

Benefits inherent in integration into module design. And the higher density cell arrangement can put more cells per unit area and N-type technology can achieve higher efficiency.

Enhanced reliability and security

The double glass structure guarantees low crack and no diffusivity with better corrosion resistance and less risk during transportation. This, together with double layers of 6mm + 6mm tempered glass with class A fireproofing, leads to better resistance to wind, heat and frost.

Colored types

Varied styles with rich colors, in keeping with modern architectural aesthetics.

Friendly for urban installations

Meets building safety requirements and can be used as a building unit for built-in installation.