Due to the environmental crisis, the green building design revolves around a wide range of issues: habitat destruction, air pollution, stormwater run-off, resource use, and climate change. A green building uses less energy, water, and other natural resources, creates less waste and greenhouse gases, and is healthy for people living or working inside as compared to a standard building. Solar photovoltaic technology, applied in residential buildings, is generally used for photovoltaic conversion and lighting. Building integrated photovoltaic (BIPV) is a novel concept for the application of solar power, in brief, fitting the solar photovoltaic unit on the surface of the maintenance structure of the building to provide electricity. There are numerous parts of the building that can be effortlessly substituted with photovoltaics: spandrel glass, bay skylights, rooftops, windows, and exteriors. In these applications, BIPV is a part of the structure and the look of a building, not an add-on.