Task 60
Task 60
SHC Task 60

Application of PVT Collectors

Task News

Hybrid solutions maximise solar yield per area
A record 840 people registered for the PVT solutions for buildings and industry webinar in order to learn more about the wide range of applications in which hybrid PV-Thermal systems can be used. This two-in-one technology offers attractive payback periods whenever a constant amount of heat is needed all year round and electricity is consumed on site.
Posted: 2020-04-30

March 25 2020 PVT Webinar is also on YouTube here
Posted: 2020-04-01

March 25 2020: The PVT systems webinar is online !
Posted: 2020-04-01

March 25 2020 - A SHC ISES webinar on PVT systems !
Task 60 experts will give a Webinar on PVT on March 2020 on internet. Exact time and how to attend will be communicated as soon as possible. Check also the ISES web site on Webinars ! There are other interesting topics discussed and the Webinars can also be seen online after the date.
Posted: 2020-01-29

A solar PVT DHW system studied in DK
The performance of the system was assessed using selected key performance indicators. A parametric analysis was performed identifying component sizes that improved the system’s performance. The improved system produced 55% more electricity, had 23% lower electric consumption and wasted 11% less heat by minimizing heat losses compared to the demonstration system. The improved system had a solar thermal fraction of 0.58, a solar electrical fraction of 1.51 and a renewable energy fraction of 0.75.
Posted: 2020-01-29

Solar World Congress : A keynote speech on PVT by Korbinian Kramer
On Nov. 4 2019 in Santiago de Chile at the Solar World congress and also SHC 2019 conference, Korbinian our Subtask B leader, gave a talk on PVT. This is a clear sign that PVT is taking more importance on the international scene.You will find his presentation in the proceedings of the congresse here: http://shc2019.org/proceedings
Posted: 2019-12-20

PV-Thermal collector area tops 1 million
PV-Thermal systems, which generate heat and electricity from the same collector, are gaining ever more traction: For the first time, they have now been included in the Solar Heat Worldwide report. Data supplied by 26 manufacturers from 11 countries indicates that more than 1 million m2 of PVT collector area has been sold globally so far.
Posted: 2019-06-24

Cost of PVT: how to calculate ?
A LCOH method to calcule the cost of energy from PVT systems
Posted: 2019-06-14

Task60 has held a webinar on PVT certification in March 2019
Posted: 2019-05-14

A PVT installation in Spain
Posted: 2019-03-29