China energy storage net news: a study in BIPV deployment situation in the UK, the report found family homes into plants, besides can reduce more than 60% of the energy consumption, but also a year on average for each family savings of 600 pounds.
The idea has been confirmed and is working in the buildings of the bay campus of Swansea university.This BIPV building, integrated into a solar roof and battery storage, is used to collect solar heat from the southern wall.
The report looks at applying the concept to households and testing the impact of such families on Britain's economy and energy.
Its parameters are 16 houses developed in Swansea university's "nisi mobile housing project".This project set solar roof, sharing the battery energy storage, electric vehicle charging point and solar collector and technologies into an organic whole, can be captured and recycled building waste heat, and in 2019 households.
The analysis also showed that if one million households were built, it could reduce the peak power generation by 3GW, equivalent to a large central power station.It could reduce carbon emissions by almost 80 million tons over 40 years and could potentially benefit the UK economy by investing in new industries.