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AIA Products Feature Form and Function

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Exhibitors at this year’s American Institute of Architects’ National Convention are featuring a wide range of glazing products. Today we’re taking a look at how glass can meet multiple performance and aesthetic demand. Click HERE to watch the video on … Continue reading

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Sage’s Giron Nominated for European Inventor Award

Dr. Jean-Christophe Giron of Sage Electrochromics, a Saint-Gobain company, was nominated for the European Inventor Award 2015 for his research in the field of electrochromic glass. Launched by the European Patent Office in 2006, the award “pays tribute to the … Continue reading

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GANA’s Annual Conference Opens with Energy Discussions

GANA Annual Conference attendees have been taking part in various energy-related discussions.

Good news for the glass industry opened the 2014 Glass Association of North America Annual Conference today in Orlando, Fla. During the Energy Division meeting code consultant Tom Culp provided a report on the recent news about the vote within … Continue reading

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Sage Electrochromics Inc. Returns to Exhibit at Glass TEXpo™ 2014

The Glass TEXpo™ show floor will once again include Sage Electrochromics Inc. as an exhibitor for the upcoming expo. The two-day architectural glass event is scheduled to take place at the Wyndham San Antonio Riverwalk Hotel in San Antonio, April … Continue reading

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Smart Glass Usage to Grow Tenfold in Next Ten Years

: SageGlass LightZone™ installed in board room at the headquarters of the Swiss watch company, Audemars Piguet, in Le Brassus, Switzerland. Photo courtesy of Sage.

It wasn’t that long ago that low-E glass was considered exotic, an added expense that was at times hard to justify. But low-E glass went on to become commonplace within the glass industry, a product so usual that there’s little … Continue reading

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Sage Awarded 300th Patent for Electrochromic Dynamic Glass

Sage recently was granted its 300th patent for SageGlass® dynamic glazing technology. In its latest round of patent filings, Sage had 18 new patents issued in the United States and Europe. The patents cover a range of product and process … Continue reading

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Sage Appoints New CEO; Van Dine to Serve as Vice Chair

Sage Electrochromics has named Dr. Alan McLenaghan, Ph.D.,  as its new CEO. McLenaghan will replace John Van Dine, who founded the company and has served as CEO since its inception in 1989. Van Dine has stepped down from his day-to-day … Continue reading

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Hulse Discusses Electrochromic Technology with GENE ’13 Attendees

Attendees of today’s Glass Expo Northeast™ (GENE) 2013 were able to learn about electrochromic glass in a presentation given by Andrew Hulse, vice president of business development for SAGE Electrochromics Inc. about “Electronically Tintable Glass as an Architectural Enabler.” People … Continue reading

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Sage Files Suit Against View Inc. for Patent Infringement

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Sage Electrochromics of Faribault, Minn., has filed a suit against Milpitas, Calif.-based View Inc., formerly Soladigm Inc., alleging patent infringement. The suit is based on Sage’s patent no. 5,724,177 (the ‘177 patent), titled “Electrochromic Devices and Methods,” and no. 7,372,610 … Continue reading

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