Clean Technology Insight Article Features Research Frontiers And Energy Efficient SPD-SmartGlass

Date: 5 March 2010
Source: Research Frontiers
The March 4, 2010 edition of Clean Technology Insight has an article featuring eco-friendly SPD-SmartGlass and is now available online.

Clean Technology Insight is a Dow Jones Financial Information Services publication and the article, written by Sari Krieger, highlights Research Frontiers and its patented SPD film technology.
 
The article summarizes Research Frontiers' recent receipt of $1.6 million in new capital. In addition, several of the energy efficient properties of SPD-Smart windows are discussed, including the ability to dynamically control incoming heat and the ability to adopt advanced daylight harvesting practices that lower consumption of electricity for artificial lighting.
 
Information about Research Frontiers and SPD-SmartGlass is available at www.SmartGlass.com.
 
For further information or to arrange a visit to the Research Frontiers Design Center, please contact:
 
Research Frontiers Inc.
Gregory M. Sottile, Ph.D. - Director of Market Development
Info@SmartGlass.com
(516) 364-1902

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Date: 5 March 2010
Source: Research Frontiers

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