PHOTOVOLTAIC SKYLIGHT EGLON HOUSE
In the exclusive neighborhood of Primrose Hill in North London, In the exclusive neighborhood of Primrose Hill in North London, designer Russell Sage created Eglon House, a magnificent modernist house that reinvents an architectural classic for the 21st century that has been put up for sale in northwest London for £ 21 million.
FEASIBILITY STUDY OF AMORPHOUS SILICON PHOTOVOLTAIC SKYLIGHT IN LONDON
Reduction in HVAC energy demands
Internal Rate of Return
- Total Area - 45 M2
- Electricity generated in 35 years - 53,077 kWh
- Total lighting points operating 4 hours per day in 35 years - 104 lighting points
- CO2 emmisions avoided in 35 years - 36 Tons of CO2
- Barrels of oil saved in 35 years - 31 barrels per m2
Eglon House incorporates a photovoltaic skylight in the upperEglon House incorporates a photovoltaic skylight in the upper floor; Photovoltaic solar glasses are fixed in the triple glass ceiling lights so that it simultaneously reduces brightness and generates energy.
The project consists of 13 units of amorphous silicon PV glass with the project consists of 13 units of amorphous silicon PV glass with an argon chamber based on a low degree of transparency. In addition to providing on-site power, they also provide natural light, ultraviolet and infrared radiation filters, and permanent protection against London weather conditions.
The dimension of this triple laminated glass for this skylight is 1,100 x 3,000 mm (3.61 x 9.84 ft) and you have a power per unit of 154 Wp.
The skylight glass goes to aluminum frames that are supported by exposed steelwork.