Smart building materials company ClearVue Technologies Limited has announced that it has signed a letter of intent (LOI) to install its patented solar energy windows at into a new office building in Atlanta, Ga., the first such commercial installation in North America by the company.

“The ClearVue technology represents a paradigm shift in the way glass will be used in building construction. Glass will no longer be just a component of construction, but also a renewable energy source and a key element in construction decarbonization efforts- both for refurbishments and for new builds. The Atlanta project will demonstrate this and provide a key reference site for the company in this target territory,” said executive chairman Victor Rosenberg.

The LOI has been signed with LabReal LLC for installation of 250 square meters (2691 square feet) into at a new medical office and laboratory building located on Clairmont Road in Atlanta.

Atlanta-based Pimsler Hoss Architecture is the architect for the building project.

LabReal is a private investment company based in Atlanta. It has contracted with a confidential client which will lease the new purpose-built medical offices, lab and diagnostic services building. The project is in final planning stages with construction expected to start during the fourth quarter of 2022.

ClearVue has so far deployed its solar glass in various projects in Asia-Pacific including a greenhouse in Japan as well as conducting a trial in a building in New York exploring the energy efficiency and power performance aspects of the ClearVue product.

“ClearVue is the only company in the world that has a clear solar-glass product deployed and installed in the market. ClearVue’s electricity generating clear glazing technology is strategically positioned to complement and support the case for the increased use of energy efficient windows now being regulated in response to global climate change and energy efficiency and carbon footprint reduction goals. The Atlanta project is but the first in the U.S., a market we believe will be very accepting of our technology,” said Basil Karampelas, North American CEO for ClearVue

Earlier this month, ClearVue announced that together with Nodis, it will participate in a U.S. Air Force evaluation of their Power-Generating Smart Window Technologies.

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  1. So proud to consult as US representative of clear solar photovoltaic windows that generate electricity

    How will you lower your carbon !
    – your glass does nothing !

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