Until 30 November 2020, professionals and students of architecture from all over the world can submit their works in a competition for the best project of a visionary house that uses renewable energy source (RES) technology. The winners will be selected by an eminent international jury composed of prominent personalities with leading voices in the field of sustainable design and activities related to climate neutrality.
The fact that the competition has attracted so many prominent experts shows how important the transition to sustainable energy is, and how much we can achieve together in this direction. We want this unique project to be an opportunity for architects to discover environmentally friendly solar technology and to create good design
- says Lech Kaniuk, CEO of SunRoof, a member of the competition jury.
Solar roofs clearly show us that we can combine sustainability and innovative design in one solution. Fighting climate change is a joint responsibility and this technology, created in Sweden, makes it possible for everyone building a house to make a difference. I look forward to exploring all the inspiring ideas that will no doubt result from this important competition, supported by the Embassy of Sweden,
says Stefan Gullgren, Ambassador of Sweden.
SunRoof manufactures 2-in-1 solar roofs and innovative façades that generate electricity without having to install traditional photovoltaic modules. This is the best investment replacing the need for installing solar panels on top of a classic roof - the most efficient solution, the lowest carbon footprint, uncompromising elegance.
Our mission is to speed up the global transition to renewables by developing beautiful roofs that, by generating electricity, will cover the energy demand of the entire building.
Marketing Director at SunRoof