Building Integrated Photovoltaics (BIPV) Market highly demanded arena of 2025

Global Building Integrated Photovoltaics (BIPV) Market: Snapshot

Photovoltaics is one of the most promising arenas among renewable energy technologies. Ensuring there are no concerns related to environmental hazards and energy shortage, photovoltaics (PV) is an ideal way of directly converting sunlight into electricity.  In building integrated photovoltaics, the photovoltaic elements have become an integral part of the building. A number of photovoltaics designers and experts in the U.S., Japan, and Europe are exploring newer ways of incorporating solar energy in buildings.

In a building integrated photovoltaics systems, a photovoltaic system is built by assembling several individual collectors, known as ‘modules’, mechanically and electrically into an array. A building integrated photovoltaics system integrates these modules onto the surface of the building, such as the façade or the roof. Apart from adding architectural appeal to the building, the building integrated photovoltaics system saves considerable amount of material and electricity, simultaneously bringing down the use of fossil fuels and the consequent harmful emissions. Building integrated photvoltaics could be used in off-grid, stand-alone systems as well as with utility grids. Grid-tied systems offer benefits such as a free storage system, maximum efficiency, and unlimited capacity.

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The two primary photovoltaic technologies available are thin-film products and thick crystal products. Photovoltaics can be incorporated into various assemblies in a building envelope. Incorporation into the façade of a building, replacing or complementing traditional view is one way of installation. Usually, the installations are vertically positioned, with lesser access to solar energy. However, the wide surface areas of buildings enable to counterbalance the low generation of power. The deployment of photovoltaics in roofing systems eliminates the need for conventional 3-tab asphalt shingles and batten and seam metal roofing. Integration of photovoltaics with skylight systems can result into an exciting design, besides being economical.

Global Building Integrated Photovoltaics (BIPV) Market: Overview

The demand for building integrated photovoltaics (BIPV) is rising in response to the increasing focus on renewable energy. In the next few years the construction of green building is expected to gain pace, thus creating immense scope for increased installation of BIPVs. Spurred by these factors, the global BIPV market is expected to report strong growth over the course of the forecast period.

The report presents a comprehensive market overview covering revenue growth exhibited by the market across various regional segments. For the purpose of the study, it also gauges the impact of Porter’s five forces on the market operations. 

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Global Building Integrated Photovoltaics (BIPV) Market: Drivers and Restraints 

Government support and promotion strategies adopted by them to encourage energy conservation are the chief drivers of the global building integrated photovoltaics market. Installing BIPVs ensure higher energy efficiency, which is the key factor fuelling its uptake across commercial, industrial, and residential sectors. In order to promote the deployment of building integrated photovoltaics, governments of emerging nations are offering various monetary and economic benefit, which are expected to translate into growth opportunities for the market. The market is thus expected to gain from the increased efforts by government agencies to encourage the use of solar energy solutions among an increasing number of consumers.

On the downside, installing BIPVs require high initial investment. The technology to be used also depends upon the different building codes and measurements. Lack of knowledge and expertise to estimate the same is a major restraint for the market. Nevertheless, with technological advancements on cards and the diverse uses of BIPV modules, the market is expected to witness immense opportunities over the forecast period.

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Global Building Integrated Photovoltaics (BIPV) Market: Market Segmentation 

The global BIPV market can be segmented based on technology, application, procedure, and geography. By technology, the market can be segmented into thin film PV and crystalline silicon PV. The thin film technology segment can be further classified into copper indium dieseline (CIS), amorphous silicon, and cadmium telluride (CDTE). In terms of procedure, roofing, glazing, cladding, glass, shading, facades, and wall integrated markets constitute the key segments. By application, the key segments of the market are commercial buildings, industrial buildings, and residential buildings. Regionally, North America, APAC, Europe, and Rest of the World constitute the key market segments.

By installation, the market is expected to witness lucrative opportunities in Europe. Besides this, it is also expected to have attractive prospects in Asia and North America. Besides this, the Middle East will exhibit immense scope for the market’s growth over the course of the forecast period. Furthermore, the commercial building segment has been exhibiting the maximum installation of building integrated photovoltaics. However, adoption in the industrial sector is expected pace at a higher rate. The proliferation of awareness campaigns showcasing the benefits installing PVs is expected to boost the BIPV installation in the industrial sector. 

Global Building Integrated Photovoltaics (BIPV) Market: Vendor Landscape

Some of the leading players operating in the global building integrated photovoltaics market are CentroSolar AG., Ascent Solar Technologies Inc., Schott Solar Ag., PowerFilm Inc., DOW Solar, Suntech Power Holdings Co. Ltd., First Solar, Dyesol Ltd., United Solar Ovonic, Kyocera Corp., and Wurth Solar GMBH.

Building Integrated Photovoltaics (BIPV) Market : Industry Analysis & Opportunities 2017 – 2025

Global Building Integrated Photovoltaics (BIPV) Market: Snapshot

Photovoltaics is one of the most promising arenas among renewable energy technologies. Ensuring there are no concerns related to environmental hazards and energy shortage, photovoltaics (PV) is an ideal way of directly converting sunlight into electricity.  In building integrated photovoltaics, the photovoltaic elements have become an integral part of the building. A number of photovoltaics designers and experts in the U.S., Japan, and Europe are exploring newer ways of incorporating solar energy in buildings.

In a building integrated photovoltaics systems, a photovoltaic system is built by assembling several individual collectors, known as ‘modules’, mechanically and electrically into an array. A building integrated photovoltaics system integrates these modules onto the surface of the building, such as the façade or the roof. Apart from adding architectural appeal to the building, the building integrated photovoltaics system saves considerable amount of material and electricity, simultaneously bringing down the use of fossil fuels and the consequent harmful emissions. Building integrated photvoltaics could be used in off-grid, stand-alone systems as well as with utility grids. Grid-tied systems offer benefits such as a free storage system, maximum efficiency, and unlimited capacity.

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The two primary photovoltaic technologies available are thin-film products and thick crystal products. Photovoltaics can be incorporated into various assemblies in a building envelope. Incorporation into the façade of a building, replacing or complementing traditional view is one way of installation. Usually, the installations are vertically positioned, with lesser access to solar energy. However, the wide surface areas of buildings enable to counterbalance the low generation of power. The deployment of photovoltaics in roofing systems eliminates the need for conventional 3-tab asphalt shingles and batten and seam metal roofing. Integration of photovoltaics with skylight systems can result into an exciting design, besides being economical.

Global Building Integrated Photovoltaics (BIPV) Market: Overview

The demand for building integrated photovoltaics (BIPV) is rising in response to the increasing focus on renewable energy. In the next few years the construction of green building is expected to gain pace, thus creating immense scope for increased installation of BIPVs. Spurred by these factors, the global BIPV market is expected to report strong growth over the course of the forecast period.

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The report presents a comprehensive market overview covering revenue growth exhibited by the market across various regional segments. For the purpose of the study, it also gauges the impact of Porter’s five forces on the market operations. 

Global Building Integrated Photovoltaics (BIPV) Market: Drivers and Restraints 

Government support and promotion strategies adopted by them to encourage energy conservation are the chief drivers of the global building integrated photovoltaics market. Installing BIPVs ensure higher energy efficiency, which is the key factor fuelling its uptake across commercial, industrial, and residential sectors. In order to promote the deployment of building integrated photovoltaics, governments of emerging nations are offering various monetary and economic benefit, which are expected to translate into growth opportunities for the market. The market is thus expected to gain from the increased efforts by government agencies to encourage the use of solar energy solutions among an increasing number of consumers.

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On the downside, installing BIPVs require high initial investment. The technology to be used also depends upon the different building codes and measurements. Lack of knowledge and expertise to estimate the same is a major restraint for the market. Nevertheless, with technological advancements on cards and the diverse uses of BIPV modules, the market is expected to witness immense opportunities over the forecast period.

Global Building Integrated Photovoltaics (BIPV) Market: Market Segmentation 

The global BIPV market can be segmented based on technology, application, procedure, and geography. By technology, the market can be segmented into thin film PV and crystalline silicon PV. The thin film technology segment can be further classified into copper indium dieseline (CIS), amorphous silicon, and cadmium telluride (CDTE). In terms of procedure, roofing, glazing, cladding, glass, shading, facades, and wall integrated markets constitute the key segments. By application, the key segments of the market are commercial buildings, industrial buildings, and residential buildings. Regionally, North America, APAC, Europe, and Rest of the World constitute the key market segments.

By installation, the market is expected to witness lucrative opportunities in Europe. Besides this, it is also expected to have attractive prospects in Asia and North America. Besides this, the Middle East will exhibit immense scope for the market’s growth over the course of the forecast period. Furthermore, the commercial building segment has been exhibiting the maximum installation of building integrated photovoltaics. However, adoption in the industrial sector is expected pace at a higher rate. The proliferation of awareness campaigns showcasing the benefits installing PVs is expected to boost the BIPV installation in the industrial sector. 

Global Building Integrated Photovoltaics (BIPV) Market: Vendor Landscape

Some of the leading players operating in the global building integrated photovoltaics market are CentroSolar AG., Ascent Solar Technologies Inc., Schott Solar Ag., PowerFilm Inc., DOW Solar, Suntech Power Holdings Co. Ltd., First Solar, Dyesol Ltd., United Solar Ovonic, Kyocera Corp., and Wurth Solar GMBH.

Grid-Tied Building-Integrated Photovoltaics to Gain Popularity

San Francisco, California, July 05, 2017: The soaring demand for integrating renewables in the building infrastructure to garner substantial savings in electricity and cost of the building materials is a key factor stimulating the adoption of building-integrated photovoltaics (BIPV). The growing trend of integrating photovoltaics into the building envelope to replace conventional building materials and to power infrastructure with the on-site production of solar energy are the key developments boosting the evolution of the market. A new report penned by TMR Research, titled “Building Integrated Photovoltaics (BIPV) Market – Global Industry Analysis, Market Size, Share, Trends, Analysis, Growth and Forecast 2017–2025, offers an elaborate analysis of such trends and development shaping the market dynamics.

The research provides comprehensive insights into the key drivers and challenges, recent advancements in PV technologies, major design considerations of BIPV systems, scope of various segments, and competitive landscape. The study takes a closer look at major initiatives by prominent players to facilitate the commercialization activities of BIPV systems in emerging and developed regions.

Photovoltaics, integrated into the building envelop, typically into the façade or roofs, serve dual purposes of generating power and improving the life-cycle of building materials. The growing adoption of renewables for powering individual buildings is attributed to the soaring popularity of clean, emission-free, and maintenance-free energy. Since photovoltaics in BIPV doesn’t require any dedicated or separate mounting systems, this results in incremental reduction of cost, thereby catalyzing the building-integrated photovoltaics market growth.

The governments in emerging regions are actively offering stimulus in the form of monetary and economic benefits, which is expected to accentuate the building-integrated photovoltaics market. Initiatives by governments of emerging nations and promotional strategies adopted by public organizations to boost energy conservation in buildings are crucial factors boosting the BIPV market. BIPV systems are often tied to available utility grids and confer building owners with substantial benefits of the grid-tied BIPV such as 100% efficiency and unlimited capacity.

The high investment required to install BIPV and the lack of standardization of building codes needed for the design of these systems are key factors likely to hinder the market to an extent. The paucity of expertise is another factors which compounds the challenges in the integration of PV systems in buildings. Nevertheless, recent technology advancements have expanded the applications of photovoltaics modules when integrated into building facades and skylight systems. This is expected to open exciting opportunities for market players in the coming years. Furthermore, many designers are offering a wide range of solar technologies for meeting the customized needs of building occupants. These systems meet the specific needs of occupants, such as space heating and cooling capacity.

Geographically, Europe is a prominent market for building-integrated photovoltaics. Various emerging and developed nations in Asia Pacific and North America are anticipated to provide lucrative growth avenues over the forecast period. The growth of these regional markets is driven by the rising popularity of photovoltaics for grid-tied BIPV systems.

Key players operating in the building-integrated photovoltaics market include Kyocera Corporation, United Solar Ovonic Corp, Dyesol Ltd., First Solar, Inc., Suntech Power Holdings Co. Ltd., DOW Solar, PowerFilm Inc., Schott Solar Ag., Ascent Solar Technologies, Inc., and CentroSolar AG.