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ClearVue joins forces with Mirreco Holdings

ClearVue’s solar glass to be used in building eco homes in Australia.

ClearVue Technologies Ltd has teamed up with sustainable builder Mirreco Holdings Pty Ltd to supply its solar glass technology and jointly develop carbon-negative residential and commercial housing solutions.

The two companies have signed a memorandum of understanding calling for Western Australia-based Mirreco to exclusively use ClearVue’s solar window technology in the production of hemp biomass panels used for building sustainable eco houses. The agreement will initially cover small-scale housing units, or micro homes. According to ClearVue, a trial home combining the two firms’ technologies is expected be completed in the last quarter of the year.

The prototype house will be constructed with a range of environmentally friendly solutions, with floors, walls and roof made using hemp biomass. Windows will incorporate ClearVue’s core technology, which it previously said is very close to commercialisation.

Following the successful completion of the prototype, ClearVue and Mirreco will enter an exclusive partnership and supply deal.

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