SolarWindow Ready for Commercialization of the First Electricity-Generating Windows

published: 2015-07-17 17:15 | editor: | category: News

SolarWindow Technologies, Inc., developer of first-of-its-kind transparent electricity-generating coatings for windows on tall towers and skyscrapers will host its first-ever webcast called “SolarWindow: Power Reinvented.” The event will further demonstrate the company’s commitment to bringing SolarWindow™ products to market.

During the webcast, planned for the middle of August (date to be announced), the company plans to present:

  • Current state of SolarWindow™ product development
  • Evolution of SolarWindow™ research, performance technological advancements
  • Commercialization plans for bringing SolarWindow™ products to market

“This commitment will be showcased with company representatives responding to real-time questions regarding SolarWindow™ product development and commercialization plans,” said Mr. John A. Conklin, President & CEO of SolarWindow Technologies, Inc. “I’m especially looking forward to sharing our timeline for bringing our products to market. This is a very exciting milestone for all our stakeholders, including the research team, management, and shareholders of SolarWindow.”

The company has recently achieved certain important technical milestones, including:

  • Independently validated financial payback of under one year. This fastest-ever published, calculated financial payback is based on recent modeling of SolarWindow™ modules on a 50 story building, which demonstrates more than 50 times the energy and more than 15 times the environmental benefit generated over conventional rooftop systems
  • New research outcomes favorable to low-cost high-speed production in diverse geographic locations where altitude, air-pressure, and humidity can otherwise effect chemistry and manufacturing

The “SolarWindow: Power Reinvented” webcast date, time, and participation details will be announced in the upcoming weeks.

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