ChromoGenics AB (publ) welcomed guests from the real estate industry to Dynamic Glass Academy today, a seminar on energy efficiency and comfort in buildings focusing on sustainability.
ChromoGenics invited a number of customers and stakeholders from the real estate industry to Dynamic Glass Academy, a recurring seminar aimed at learning and sharing experiences about trends in energy efficiency and comfort in buildings, and how to make related procurements of components and building systems as efficient as possible. A number of guest speakers presented the latest in sustainability trends, energy efficiency and climate control in buildings and public procurements of cleantech. The event ended with a tour of the high-tech production plant for ConverLight™ dynamic glass.
"Our ConverLight™ product provides buildings with dynamic solar- and climate control, which results to improved energy efficiency and indoor comfort. ConverLight™ also contributes to environmental certification of buildings, which is high on today's agenda to achieve the European environmental goals to reduce CO2 emissions by 20 percent by 2020. With our seminar today we want to spread information about related aspects to consider and learn from each other about sustainability," says Thomas Almesjö.
"It was valuable to attend this seminar since increased energy efficiency and indoor comfort are totally right in time, especially when the market trend goes towards more glass in buildings. It will be interesting to follow ChromoGenics’ development," says Mikael Rhodin, Prescription Sales Manager at Sapa Building Systems, who visited Dynamic Glass Academy at ChromoGenics.
"It is encouraging to see such enthusiasm among architects, real estate companies, energy consultants and other stakeholders here today. It is clear that ConverLight™ dynamic glass is right in time for a more sustainable future, "concludes Thomas Almesjö, CEO of ChromoGenics.
Thomas Almesjö, CEO
Susanne Andersson, CFO & Head of Communications
Tel: +46 18 430 0430
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 commercial sales to real estate projects in Scandinavia.
ChromoGenics is located in Uppsala and has about 20 employees. The technology is derived from the world leading research center at Ångström Laboratory at Uppsala University. The plant has been partly financed by a conditional loan from the Swedish Energy Agency. ChromoGenics share (CHRO) is listed on Nasdaq First North Stockholm with G&W Fondkommission as Certified Adviser.