With integrated photovoltaics, these airplane windows promise self-powered polarizing and electricity that can be used for lights or mobile device charging.
Windows that will shrink your energy bill and clean themselves. And they’re both Cradle-to-Cradle certified.
The Southface Eco Office in Georgia has installed SageGlass’s electronically tintable glass to control heat gain and glare without sacrificing daylight harvesting.
New Energy Technologies reports a breakthrough solution-based coating process that its says could allow for affordable electricity-generating windows.
Pythagorus Solar was recently chosen by Willis Tower (formerly Sears) to partner on a pilot project designed to generate electricity via solar window glass.
A company plans to enable commercial development of a see-through, spray-on solar glass capable of generating electricity in natural or artificial light.
A breakthrough product being piloted in the Netherlands called Smart Glass increases in opacity in bright sunlight, increasing energy efficiency in buildings while producing solar electricity.