SAGE recently received approval for its 250th global patent pertaining to its SageGlass electrochromic glazing technology.

The patent is for a new kind of laser device that will enable SageGlass to be repaired in the field without having to remove it from the window, skylight or curtainwall system.

“This milestone advances our mission to improve the way people save energy and experience daylight in buildings,” says John Van Dine, SAGE CEO and founder.

Recently, SAGE was also awarded a patent for its unique thin-film sputter coating process, which will help the company manufacture its product in high volumes and low costs at its new 320,000-square-foot manufacturing facility in Faribault, Minn.