- ClearVue Technologies (CPV) wins a tender to carry out a solar glass study for Hong Kong’s Electrical and Mechanical Services Department (EMSD)
- The fully-paid study will assess the energy harvesting and performance aspects of CPV’s photovoltaic glazing
- It will involve the installation of five of CPV’s integrated glazing unit (IGU) panels at the EMSD headquarters in Kowloon
- Results from the study will provide valuable insight into the opportunity for CPV’s product for future use in Hong Kong government building projects
- Shares in CPV are up 2.86 per cent, trading at 18 cents at 12:55 pm AEDT
ClearVue Technologies (CPV) has won a tender to carry out a solar glass study for Hong Kong’s Electrical and Mechanical Services Department (EMSD).
The fully paid-for measurement and verification (M&V) study will assess the optical properties, energy harvesting and energy efficiency effectiveness of ClearVue’s photovoltaic glazing. It will be compared to existing installed conventional glazing.
The study will involve the installation of five of CPV’s integrated glazing unit (IGU) panels at the EMSD headquarters in Kowloon. The study will last for 12 months.
Following the completion of the study, the data will be used to identify whether CPV’s glazing technology and products are fit for future Hong Kong government building projects.
ClearVue Executive Chairman Victor Rosenberg said the company was pleased to be chosen for the study.
“ClearVue is pleased to have been selected by the Hong Kong government to complete this study on the role solar glazing can have in assisting the government of Hong Kong in achieving its decarbonisation goals on the road to net-zero,” Mr Rosenberg said.
“The selection of the ClearVue product by the EMSD for completing this study is a testament to how the ClearVue product is now being seen globally — that is, as one of only a few commercially available glazing products that, in addition to offering power generation on-site, genuinely offers a compelling energy efficiency solution for advanced building envelope design.”
The Hong Kong EMSD M&V study adds to CPV’s pipeline of growth opportunities alongside its current BCA Skylab testing in Singapore and its letter of intent (LOI) with AZ Group in Cambodia.
Shares in CPV were up 2.86 per cent and trading at 18 cents at 12:55 pm AEDT.