ChromoGenics, finalist in this year's edition of the Swedish Embedded Award with solar-powered smart glass
ChromoGenics, represented by Mats Hansson, is nominated for the Swedish Embedded Award with an autonomous solar-powered smart glass, ConverLight® AW (Autonomous Window). The final will be determined in connection with the Embedded Conference Scandinavia in Kista, Stockholm, 5–6 November.
Mats Hansson, ChromoGenics
Our self-sufficient dynamic window is a climate-smart solar protection solution that is powered and autonomously controlled by a solar cell integrated into the window sash. This means that the window does not require automation systems or external wiring. Because of this, it is installed as easily as a regular window. Read more about ConverLight® AW here.
Our dynamic, electrochromic smart glass provide optimal sun protection for a better indoor climate and increased energy efficiency in buildings. By applying a low electrical voltage to the electrochromic foil in the glass, the solar transmittance is controlled. This results in reduced heat radiation while maintaining access to daylight and views.
Energy and sustainability go hand in hand; therefore, a lower energy consumption also means a reduced environmental footprint. With our products you can achieve energy saving of 30-40% and also decrease the building’s CO2 emissions.
ConverLight reduce the use of cooling energy by blocking unwanted solar heat before it enters the building, keeping the facilities cool and generating a stabilized indoor climate.
ConverLight’s energy reducing features contribute to fullfillment of requirements in environmental certification schemes such as BREEAM, LEED, Green building and Swedish scheme Miljöbyggnad.
We have the environment in mind during the entire life cycle of the product and an environmental product declaration published, where the environmental impact of the product is declared.