Wednesday, 11 September 2024, 5:30 pm
Photovoltaics will play an important role in the city of the future. According to the federal government's net-zero strategy, the share of photovoltaic electricity production should increase from around 3.7 TWh (2022) to 34 TWh by 2050. Cities, cantons and sustainability labels have also formulated ambitious goals and targets.

At the first Denkraum event, we will explore the question of how this massive expansion of PV can be realized in our built environment in such a way that it is convincing from an architectural, urban and spatial planning perspective and thus also increases the acceptance of solar systems. Through an overview and analysis of sensible integration and supplementation strategies for PV in façade and roof design, we examine the extent to which these approaches can be used to achieve the targets by 2050 and what next steps are necessary on the part of politicians, manufacturers and planners.

Make a note of the date. Further information about the speaker panel and registration will follow.

Wednesday, 11 September 2024
17:30 - 19.45, followed by aperitif
Ausstellungsstrasse 24, 8005 Zurich

The new Denkraum event series is dedicated to concepts that make our buildings resilient to changing climate conditions and the question of what contribution a high level of building culture can make to reducing greenhouse gas emissions and the consumption of resources and energy. The focus will be on design approaches and joint discussions in the plenary session.

Do you already have questions or an opinion that you would like to share with us on the subject of PV and building culture? Write to us!

With the generous support of 

Truninger Plot 24

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