ClearVue Technologies (ASX:CPV) - Chairman, Victor Rosenberg
Chairman, Victor Rosenberg
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  • ClearVue Technologies (CPV) has completed the design of an Archetype model building to show how its products can achieve a net zero or near-zero energy-use building
  • The modelling was benchmarked against the Toronto Green Standard (TGS) from 2030, which is one of the world’s highest standards of building performance
  • The Archetype achieved the highest level of performance under the TGS and an Energy Star score in the top one per cent of Canadian office buildings for energy performances
  • At market close on Wednesday, ClearVue was up 21.4 per cent and is trading at 34 cents per share

ClearVue Technologies (CPV) has completed the design of an Archetype model building to show how its products can achieve a net zero or near-zero energy-use building.

During the second half the 2021 calendar year, ClearVue teamed up with energy efficiency and sustainability specialists Footprint to develop an energy efficient Archetype model office building, named ClearZero (the Archetype).

The aim was to show how ClearVue’s world-leading window integrated photovoltaic products can be used to help in the design of highly energy efficient, energy neutral buildings.

Modelling was completed on a design in Toronto, Canada, benchmarked against the Toronto Green Standard (TGS) from 2030, which is one of the world’s highest standards of building performance.

The Archetype was shown to achieve the highest level of performance under the TGS from 2030, and landed an Energy Star score in the top one per cent of Canadian office buildings for energy performances.

ClearVue’s patented solar glazing technology cuts heat and cooling costs and improves building energy efficiency, by preventing unwanted solar radiation from entering a window and converting it into electricity using photovoltaic cells.

The archetype model is a 15,000-square-metre, six story office building.

Executive Chairman Victor Rosenberg said architects and façade engineers around the world now face ever harder code requirements for energy efficient building designs in response to the climate crisis.

“The developed Archetype model clearly shows how the ClearVue PV product can play a significant role in the design of Net Zero and Near Zero Energy Buildings of the very near future,” Mr Rosenberg.

“The ClearVue PV glazing through its energy efficiency and energy generation offers a solution for these architects, engineers and developers struggling with how to design buildings to meet these new codes while maintaining expansive views and maximising building daylighting.

“The archetype we have developed sets out a very clear and compelling template for how a building can be designed that already meets the most stringent standards for 2030 building energy use targets now, and importantly it shows how 2050 Net Zero energy targets can also very easily be met using ClearVue’s products in conjunction with other readily available construction materials.”

At market close on Wednesday, ClearVue was up 21.4 per cent and is trading at 34 cents per share.

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