23 Aug '16, 5pm

Window coating generates electricity from light, both from the sun, and artificial light.

Since the product is not wholly dependent on sun exposure, it can be installed in areas that receive little natural light and still provide electricity, decreasing its payback period. “When SolarWindow™ is modeled for a 50-story building, results show the industry’s fastest published financial payback of less than one year, more than 50 times the energy and more than 15 times the environmental benefit can be generated as validated by a team of independent engineers and scientists.”

Full article: http://greenbuildingelements.com/2016/08/15/solarwindow-w...

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