Ubiquitous Energy, a leader in truly transparent solar energy technology, and Antamex Industries have agreed to form a partnership to bring transparent solar glazing to the commercial glazing market in North America.
This partnership advances Ubiquitous Energy’s go-to-market strategy to bring its UE Power™ window products to market with Antamex, who is a widely recognized, and reputable design-engineer-manufacture-install unitized curtain wall facade supplier for the commercial glazing market primarily across North America.
UE is focused on seamlessly integrating transparent solar renewable energy technology into everyday products and surfaces, without aesthetic compromises.
Antamex has a portfolio of new construction and retrofit commercial glazing projects and have customers that are looking for ways to make their glazing more energy efficient without sacrificing appearance or performance.
By working together, the companies will bring a transparent solar enabled curtain wall glazing solution to architects, designers, façade engineers, developers, and building owner customers. This unique façade solution will significantly increase the performance of glass curtain walls into glazing that will meet the most stringent building codes without compromising on aesthetics and performance all while helping buildings achieve net zero energy and beyond by the renewable energy it provides.
Susan Stone, Ubiquitous Energy CEO, said, “We are very pleased to announce our partnership with Antamex. We know that Antamex shares our vision to bring a renewable energy generating glazing solution to the commercial glazing market in North America. Given Antamex’s brand and reputation, we couldn’t have found a better glazing partner to help us do this.”
Ryan Spurgeon, Antamex President, added, “Antamex has a rich history of offering and delivering reputable, customized and high-quality unitized glazing solutions to our global customers. We are excited to be working with the Ubiquitous Energy team to bring a new type of solar energy generating glazing to the market.”