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De structuur van het innovatiesysteem van BIPV

Meijvogel, D.T. (2016) De structuur van het innovatiesysteem van BIPV.

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Abstract:Hekkert et al. published an article in 2007 with a description of an innovation system. A method has been developed for the execution of a innovation system analyses, taking that description in mind. This method is described in “Innovatiesysteemanalyse voor beleidsanalisten. Een handleiding” by Hekkert et al. in 2011. A TIS (Technological innovation system)-analyses gives the opportunities and barriers of a technology. The result of such an analyses is determining for the role Netherlands Enterprise Agency (RVO.nl) plays in stimulating the particular technology. The PV technology sector is performing well. According Huijben and Verbond (2013) it would even be valuable if the Dutch PV market would be taken as an example for future PV market growth. Within the PV sector, there are nowadays a lot of different techniques exploited. Because of the broad range of different PV principles, it is to be expected that a broad range of PV products will enter the market. One category of those expected products is building integrated PV (BIPV). Berenschot (2015) defines BIPV as follows: “We consider Building Integrated PhotoVoltaics, or BIPV, in this roadmap trace as the aesthetic and functional integrating of solar power generating functions with regular building elements. Here the building elements contains, besides the electricity generating function, minimal one functionality in the building shell. Besides that, it is the purpose to gain full integration. Aesthetic integration means in a lot of cases that the PV-function cannot be traced from the countenance of the building, or particularly an element where the attention is especially drawn to because of the aesthetical character.” (Berenschot, 2015) The conventional PV products that are regarded BAPV (Building Applied PV), such as standard modules, are occasionally considered as ugly. Therefore, conventional PV products could possibly obtain a NOMyR (Not on my roof) status. Because of this societal barrier, generating of sustainable energy by PV will be less. BIPV should prevent this because the aesthetics are taken into account. If the government decides to pay extra attention to BIPV, it is handy to know if the attention is necessary and where exactly the attention is required within the innovation system of BIPV. RVO.nl is producing a TIS analyses of BIPV. For a proper TIS analyses it is essential to map the structure of the innovation system of the considered technology. In this document the innovation system of BIPV is revealed with the purpose to be a foundation for the TIS analyses of BIPV.
Item Type:Internship Report (Master)
Clients:
RVO, the Netherlands
Faculty:ET: Engineering Technology
Subject:52 mechanical engineering
Programme:Sustainable Energy Technology MSc (60443)
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