ClearVue Technologies has entered into a five-year distribution agreement with 8G Solutions, a U.S. glass glazier focusing on large, commercial window settings. Under the agreement, 8G Solutions will distribute ClearVue Solar Vision Glass across Colorado, Missouri, Kansas, and Arizona.
“Government incentives are enabling the construction and building sectors to become environmentally sustainable. Our unique solar glazing technology not only helps companies take advantage of these incentives but provides them with real solutions to meet current and incoming strict sustainability regulations via improved thermal performance of windows which reduces heating and cooling energy demands and costs, and by providing clean energy on-site,” said Martin Deil, global CEO, ClearVue Technologies.
ClearVue uses nano and micro particle technology to internally diffuse, redistribute and reflect elements of the incoming light toward the edges of the glass panel, where it is collected by monocrystalline silicon-based PV modules. This process is incorporated into the glass glazing process.
“The increasing regulatory environment across the U.S. and the need for sustainable solutions create a significant market for ClearVue’s products. The Inflation Reduction Act makes widespread adoption of the ClearVue product and technology into new U.S. building opportunities and even retrofit upgrades a ‘no-brainer’ for customers looking for both the financial benefits and the carbon benefits the ClearVue product and technology offers,” said Chuck Mowrey, CEO, 8G Solutions and non-executive director, ClearVue.
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