The tallest tower in Singapore will have Onyx Solar's photovoltaic glass

Date: 28 October 2015

Onyx Solar´s photovoltaic glass will transform Tanjong Pagar building so it is capable of producing its own energy from the Sun.

This Project will be concluded mid-2016, and is a new mixed-use tower that will have offices, residences, and commercial and hospitality facilities right in the center of Singapore’s financial district.The building will have 64 stories designed by the prestigious architectural firm Skidmore Owings & Merrill (SOM) and it is been developed by the Korean multinational company Samsung.It has been projected to achieve the Greenmark accreditation, as well as LEED Platinum certificate, and the project is a clear example of Singapore´s spectacular growth and clear bet for sustainability.

Even more, the project has been awarded the WAN AWARD (Mixed Awards 2014) in the category of “Future Projects”.

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