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New Energy see-through SolarWindow coatings
Photo: Company [Nov 25, 2014]

New Energy Technologies, a developer of see-through SolarWindow coatings, capable of generating electricity on glass and flexible plastics, has claimed it has made breakthroughs towards market-ready, commercial products.

New Energy said that its electricity-generating coatings demonstrate advantages over conventional photovoltaic (PV) modules such as power production of over 50-times greater than conventional PV solar modules when modeled for installation on tall towers; greenhouse gas benefits of over 10-times greater carbon dioxide (CO2) offsets over conventional PV solar modules and generate electricity on see-through glass, enhancing the performance of today's insulated commercial windows.

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