ChromoGenics will deliver its product ConverLight™ dynamic glass to Fabege’s Grand Central Project in Sundbyberg, Stockholm, Sweden. ConverLight™ provides with sustainable solar control. Deliveries are planned to first half of 2017 and the opening of the property is planned to second half of 2018.
“We are proud to be a part of a project using the world’s longest established method of certifying the sustainability of buildings, and using the latest technology, says Thomas Almesjö, CEO ChromoGenics. “Daylight and contact with the outside surroundings improves comfort and well-being. ConverLight™ controls heat- and light transmission while maintaining daylight and view to the outside world. In addition, ConverLight™ contributes to lower maintenance costs as well as green building certifications, which is on top of the agenda to reach the European environmental goals of reducing carbon dioxide emissions by 20% by year 2020,” concludes Thomas Almesjö.
“We are pleased to offer modern, flexible and business-friendly offices in the heart of Sundbyberg, Stockholm. All office areas will have the latest technical solutions for optimal comfort and energy savings, including new air condition solutions connected to ChromoGenics’ façade glass for dynamic solar control. The façade will vary to distinguish the large surfaces, while indoor will have a modern design, including sustainable materials with low environmental impact,” says Per Lindfors, Project Manager at Fabege. “ConverLight dynamic glass was chosen due to its flexible architectural design as well as the benefits in terms of energy efficiency and indoor comfort. This is a perfect solution since carbon dioxide footprint and sustainability is on top of our agenda. We are proud to be one of the first in Sweden to provide with dynamic glass to help reach the environmental goals,” concludes Per Lindfors.
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Thomas Almesjö, CEO
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ChromoGenics is a leader in dynamic glass with controllable heat- and light transmission. The company’s unique electrochromic technology ConverLight™, provides sustainable solar control with increased indoor comfort and energy efficiency. In 2016 the company started sales and deliveries to real estate projects in Scandinavia.
ChromoGenics is located in Uppsala and the technology is derived from the world leading research center at Ångström Laboratory at Uppsala University. The company has about 20 employees and the main owners are K-Svets Venture AB and New Energy Solutions II K/S. The plant has been partly financed by a conditional loan from the Swedish Energy Agency. www.chromogenics.com
Fabege is a property company focusing on urban development and commercial properties. We work with strategic partners to develop attractive and sustainable city districts with modern offices, residential units and a wide range of services. We have a long-term perspective and approach to ownership, and we are passionate about creating the right conditions for everyone living, working and spending time in our areas. We can be found in a select number of fast-growing submarkets in the Stockholm area. Fabege’s shares are listed on Nasdaq Stockholm, in the Large Cap segment. For further information, visit www.fabege.com
Pernilla Arwidson, Communication Large Projects
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