Date: 29 May 2018
Flat glass provides an invisible but crucial contribution to healthier and more energy-efficient buildings. It also allows to reduce fuel consumption from cars while enabling new exciting designs to be explored.
It connects people to their environment, thanks to glass’ transparency, but also people between them, around the world, by allowing the deployment of tablets and smartphones. There is also more to flat glass when it helps maximize electricity generation in photovoltaic modules.
The website “Discover flat glass” offers an overview of the main applications of this amazing material: windscreens and windows for cars and other transport, windows and facades for houses and buildings, solar energy equipment, furniture, appliances, electronics… It’s present around us all the time and it serves us in many more ways than you probably think of!