SolTech’s vision is that the near future will witness every building producing more energy than it uses. Clearly, this is a challenge – not least at our Nordic latitudes – but fully possible by combining, for example, a hot-water pump with our semi-transparent solar cell, SolTech ST, which will then produce all the electricity the hot-water pump uses on an annual basis. I am proud about the cooperation contract we’ve signed with Sapa, which creates entirely new possibilities to produce electricity on a broad front via Sapa’s expansive marketing channels that can now offer their customers the option of roofs and glass-facades that produce electricity.
If we are to meet the prevailing high global climate objectives of the UN and other internationally concerned institutions, it could be that the idea of finding a way to get all nations to legislate a law stating, in essence: “Building permits will not be granted to the construction of buildings with glass facades that at the same time fail to produce electricity,“ is an idea, not only in step with the times, but feasible. Perhaps Sweden could serve as an exemplary precedent?
Read more about our unique cooperation with Sapa here.
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