Products & Solutions

The ClearVue technology has broad applications ranging from commercial buildings through to greenhouses. As part of our commercialisation strategy, the company is in preliminary discussions with a number of global companies that will bring the manufacturing and distribution capability for a global rollout over time. ClearVue estimates a range of commercial products will be available in the latter part of 2018.

Imagine windows that help produce energy to power your business

Given the superior insulation properties of ClearVue glass, our findings suggest that not only will the ClearVue advance glazing produce electricity for commercial buildings, but deliver significant cost savings through a reduction in the heating and cooling costs associated with a building.

 Imagine windows that help produce the energy supply for your residential home

ClearVue has the potential to have a meaningful impact on the energy bill of a home. Future products include home windows and doors through to skylights.

Imagine windows that help put food onto our tables

26% of all food imported into the United States is a horticultural product. Source: United States Department of Agriculture.

ClearVue is working on a prototype greenhouse that provides superior insulation properties but also the ability to generate its own energy to power for desalination and lighting.

ClearVue Case Study - Horticulture Industry_2015

 Imagine windows that help power our public places

ClearVue can be used to provide energy at the source of public places such as bus stops, train stations and community areas. We are currently trialing a working bus shelter in Port Melbourne, Australia, which uses ClearVue glass to generate its own energy for lighting. 

Imagine windows that help power our automobiles

20% of the total oil consumed in the United States is for air conditioning cars. (Source: National Renewable Energy Laboratory (USA), Conference Paper. NREL/CP-540-41155 - June 2007.)

ClearVue is confident that our technology can be incorporated into the windscreens of cars to provide an additional power and reduce the carbon footprint of the vehicle.