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At the fair, Şişecam introduced its high-performance solar glass produced for use in solar panels and solar thermal collectors.
Şişecam will attend Intersolar Europe, one of the leading fairs of the solar energy industry, to be held in Munich, Germany from May 11 - 13, 2022.
Şişecam presented its solar glass that provide maximum efficiency in solar panels and feature high light transmittance at the fair.
Advanced low-e glass helps McDonald’s at Disney World generate more energy than it uses
The date for the next exhibition has already been set: Intersolar Europe 2023 will take place from June 14– 16 at Messe München.
Vitro Architectural Glass announced that Jemssy Alvarez has been appointed Product Manager for Advanced Glazing.
Vitro Architectural Glass celebrates Earth Day with updates on sustainable products, projects and education
Photovoltaics is booming once again in Europe! You can learn everything there is to know about markets, technologies and financing for PV projects first hand at the Intersolar Europe Conference.
Şişecam will exhibit its solar glass that provide maximum efficiency in solar panels and feature high light transmittance.
Now, with SWISSPANEL SOLAR, photovoltaic systems are able to fulfil the highest standards in terms of both function and visual appeal.
The European flat glass sector association releases today its recommendations on the Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism.
The European flat glass sector takes as its role to produce the materials essential for renovating Europe’s buildings, for supporting the clean mobility transition and for increasing the share of renewable solar energy in Europe.
Following the top-class Restart event of the world’s leading exhibition for the solar industry that took place in a compact format in October 2021, the next regular event will be held from May 11–13, 2022, in Munich.
Solarvolt™ BIPV and Solarban® R77 Glass by Vitro Architectural Glass Receive Architectural Record’s “Best Architectural Products of 2021” Awards.
High-tech glazing play a crucial role to make buildings more energy efficient, but flat glass technologies are also essential to the clean mobility transition and to renewable solar energy production.
Vitro Architectural Glass will be showcasing several new products and innovative technologies at GlassBuild America.

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Industrial manufacture of solar building components and their integration into the building planning process
I want you to think about your daily journey to work. Take a minute, visualize it – and then answer me this: How many glass surfaces did you see? Too many to remember?
A clean, safe and sustainable source of energy, solar continues to power the world at a faster pace than ever before.
Solar glass is used as glazing for solar devices like photovoltaic modules and solarthermal collectors. In many dry regions dust accumulation lead to extreme efficiency losses due to soiling, up to -80% in 6 month.
Windows have always been at the intersection of various technologies and architectural processes that evolved in parallel and often intertwined.
Along with the multifunctionality of the building skin, BIPV today involves a new aesthetics in contemporary architecture.
Modern, transparent and prestigious – large glass façades are very much in vogue for office complexes and industrial buildings.
Over half the world’s seven billion inhabitants live in cities, by the year 2050 the number will grow to almost ten billion. In order to avoid a climatic collapse in the metropolises, there is no other alternative to energy-efficient buildings.
Cities are eating up an increasing amount of heat and electricity. In order to reduce this consumption, buildings have to become increasingly efficient and integrate more renewable energies.
The crisis of the photovoltaic industry is drawing to a close. While it is true demand for solar modules is dropping in Europe, demand in many other regions is rising rapidly.
Although the costs for solar power have come down considerably lately, photovoltaics are still unable to compete with conventional energy sources.
Resilient, ultraslippery glass could lead to self-cleaning, scratch-resistant windows, lenses, and solar panels

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