ClearVue (CPV) has been working for years perfecting a technology that utilises an age-old building material - clear glass.
The patented technology allows visible light to pass through a pane of glass, while the invisible wavelengths of light are deflected to the edges of the photovoltaic glass where they are converted into electricity.
CPV technology can transform a glass building into a massive solar panel, generating power where it's needed, reducing power transmission requirements across large distances. The technology is cost effective, environmentally friendly, and provides a sustainable and innovative new power generation capacity.
The company has secured a manufacturing partner, based in China, with the capability to manufacture one square metre panels at a rate of three hundred thousand per annum.
CPV is high impact business seeking to transform energy to localised renewable generation and carbon paybacks. 2020 will be a big year for CPV with manufacturing partners readying for commercial scale production and global distribution partners in place.
The CPV solar panal has now met all the requirements of IEC 61730 and IEC 61215 certification.
Now that ClearVue product has completed certification testing, the OEM manufacturers will be tested for quality control.
Victor Rosenberg, Executive Chairman of ClearVue Technologies noted that "Europe and the USA represent the most evolved markets for building integrated photovoltaics sales and uptake - currently these regions combined comprise around 70% of the global market share for BIPV sales so these certifications are critical for the company in reaching its largest markets"