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Berkeley Lab researchers make thermochromic windows with perovskite solar cell.
One thing’s sure: Glas Troesch will again be attending this year’s Swissbau with fascinating topics and innovations and is looking forward to welcoming visitors in hall 1.0/booth A14.
Demonstration device dynamically responds to sunlight by transforming from transparent to tinted while converting sunlight into electricity.
Gujarat Borosil Ltd on Tuesday inaugurated world’s first 2mm tempered glass production process at its Bharuch facility.
The collaboration with Raynergy Tek supports the company’s pursuit of high-volume production, increased power output, and enhanced transparency of SolarWindow™ products for tall towers and skyscrapers.
The Council of Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH) has announced the finalist projects of the CTBUH 2018 Awards.
Berkeley chemists created a new type of photovoltaic out of cesium-doped perovskite that is transparent at room temperature but turns dark at high temperatures, setting the stage for smart windows that also generate electricity.
Solar panels have come a long way from their big and bulky designs, but many people still don’t like the way they look on their roofs or façades.
Successful Completion of America 100MW PV Power Station and New Signing of 300MW PV Project.
Solar has become the driving force behind the boom in renewable energies and solar capacities are growing rapidly. The trend now is to integrate solar cells into building facades and vehicles, mainly their glass surfaces.
Photovoltaics (PV) and e-mobility, the ideal combination: Driving with solar power is becoming increasingly attractive.
SWISSPANEL SOLAR: multicolour digital printing on photovoltaic glass.
Launched in September 2017, the Solar Smart Mobility project aims to develop and industrialise a total new production area in supple, transparent photovoltaic glazing adapted to transport applications.
Nanoscale “grass” structures also enable smart glass that switches from hazy to clear in presence of water.
Unique LED illuminated solar façade for an innovative company in Austria.

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Solar glass can be used to replace conventional construction materials such as glazing or cladding, whilst also generating electricity on site.
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.
Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture (AS+GG) has announced the public opening of the new head offices for the Federation of Korean Industries (FKI).
Resilient, ultraslippery glass could lead to self-cleaning, scratch-resistant windows, lenses, and solar panels
The following approach describes a new encapsulation technology for glass-glass-modules using tempered thin glass as front and back sheets.
The efficiency of photovoltaic modules is far from being exhausted. Companies are fighting on many fronts to gain percentage points.
Photovoltaic modules are components used for the production of electricity from solar energy and, thanks to their morphological and constructive configuration, are suitable for integration in the external skins of buildings.
PVB is increasingly assuming the leading role among alternative encapsulation materials for solar cells as the alternatives to Ethylene-Vinyl-Acetate (EVA)

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