Low-e photovoltaic glass: The most innovative product in USA

Onyx Solar’s Low-e photovoltaic glass has received the winning award to the most innovative glass product by Glass Magazine and the National Glass Association of the US.

This glass not only produces electricity, but also matches and sometimes surpasses the properties of conventional low-e glass.Using our low-e photovoltaic glass, our clients enjoy savings of up to 90% in their electricity bill.With this amount of savings in cities like Los Angeles, the investment is amortized in only 3 years with annual average yields of 40%. Even in places with extreme weather conditions like Alaska, savings can be of up to 30%, and investing in our solutions allows our clients to obtain an annual profitability of 22%.

In the following link you will be able to check out the savings and profitability of our solutions when applied to your building.

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Date: 20 July 2015
Source: www.onyxgreenbuilding.wordpress.com

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