Ubiquitous Energy will be showcasing its transparent window façade at the Greenbuild International Conference and Expo in Atlanta, which is running from November 19 to 22.
At Greenbuild, the company will be exhibiting its electricity-generating window façade alongside company partner NSG Pilkington North America in booth 733. The demonstration fiberglass-framed façade will showcase the company’s ClearView Power™ technology, demonstrating the ability to generate clean, renewable energy while maintaining aesthetic beauty, high transparency and color neutrality. When exposed to sunlight as exterior facing windows, the windows produce electricity that can provide power to buildings for a wide range of applications including lighting while maintaining the performance of standard commercial window glass.
“We look forward to showcasing our transparent solar window façade with our partner NSG Pilkington,” said Ubiquitous Energy Co-founder and CTO Miles Barr. “Meeting with green building professionals and showing them that we can make windows that generate energy while maintaining the desired aesthetics of windows, is paramount for broad market adoption.”
Applied to glass using standard glass coating equipment, ClearView Power™ is a highly transparent, color neutral coating. ClearView Power™ selectively absorbs and converts non-visible light (ultraviolet and infrared) to electricity while maintaining visible transparency. ClearView Power™ also doubles as a low-E and solar control coating in addition to its electricity generation by blocking infrared light. The coating can be applied to vertical surfaces of buildings, turning traditional windows into aesthetically pleasing, highly energy efficient and electricity generating windows.
For more information, visit www.ubiquitous.energy.