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References

2017
Science Tower (Graz)
At 60 meters high, the Science Tower overlooks the City of Graz, Austria. This uncommon tower has been designed to be fully solar energy self-sufficient. This is the challenge that SFL Technologie (an H.Glass’ shareholder) has proudly taken on.
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2017
EXPO 2017 Astana – Future Energy
During the Astana2017 event, H.Glass has introduced a solar balustrade in shades of green.
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2016
Terrasse Sottas
This collaborative project was installed at the Swiss headquarters of SOTTAS SA, a shareholder of H.Glass. The terrace is comprised of a mosaic of 20 green, orange and red modules, providing a unique and ecological cafeteria space. Another example of how H.glass panels add functionality and aesthetic appeal to the built environment!
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Swisscom – Ittigen
If you are travelling by car from Bern to Olten and using the highway, don’t miss our photovoltaic hedge that you might see next to Ittigen (in Switzerland)!
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2016
Transparency in Urban Furniture
H.Glass is working on a new possibility of using DSC multifunctional energy glasses.
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2015
Universal Exhibition Milano
For the universal exhibition « Expo Milano 2015, the Austrian facade constructor SFL-Technologies constructed a sun made up out of photovoltaic glass panels manufactured by glass2energy. This giant sun, could be seen on the roof of the Austrian pavilion from March through to October 2015. Visible from afar, it was the highest construction at this event. The 80 coloured panels in red, orange and green, each weighing 10 kg and measuring 100 x 60 cm enabled the Austrian stand to benefit from an output of 20 to 30 watt per m². For htis specific installation aesthetics came before performance!
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2015
Geneva Airport
The very first g2e coloured photovoltaic panels were installed at Geneva’s international airport and were integrated in the glass railings overlooking the departure hall. This unique installation is truly the gateway to worldwide applications!
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