Such electricity generation also entails changes in other parts of buildings' electrical infrastructure, such as DC grids and in some cases energy storage in battery systems. What are the consequences of this development for the fire safety of our buildings?
Regulations and standardization are not in line with the rapid development of solar and DC installations, which could give rise to a significant fire problem. This, in turn, risks slowing down the development of sustainable electricity supply solutions in buildings. This is stated in a recently published report from Luleå University of Technology, Lund University of Technology and RISE. - The regulations must catch up.