Solar Glass Developer Claims Advances

Date: 22 December 2011
Solar glass that can turn the bright stuff flooding our windows directly into the electricity running, well, practically everything in our lives, has long been a kind of Holy Grail in green building tech.

Such glass hasn’t been affordable enough to penetrate the market – but New Energy Technologies is working to remedy that. The Columbia, Md., company recently announced that the researchers working on its SolarWindow product  have fabricated a working window prototype using a faster process for applying its solution-based coatings.

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