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Building façades in Switzerland could provide up to 3-4 TWh of electricity, with the advantage of balancing better the summer and winter production. The theoretical potential for well-exposed roof is even a factor 5-6 larger . So far “solar façades” have remained a curiosity for various sets of reasons .Roofs systems tend to fulfil no aesthetic criteria with standard modules usually added onto the roofs. In a joint effort of product developers, architects and scientist, this project aims at providing pathways for a wide scale application of PV façade solutions and researching how high efficiency modules could impact the visual aspects of Switzerland. The project will benefit from input of Project 1-3 and provide data to project 6 of the joint project PV-2050