June 25, 2015
Exciting Times Are Ahead of Us
Dear Valued Current & Future Shareholders:
In our ongoing effort to enhance shareholder and industry awareness of SolarWindow™, we are reminding you to watch for upcoming commercialization plans.
Recent modeling of our SolarWindow™ modules on a 50 story building demonstrated, when compared to conventional rooftop solar systems, more than 50 times the energy and more than 15 times the environmental benefit can be generated.
With this amount of energy, our engineers have calculated a pay back of less than one year, validated by independent engineers.
“With SolarWindow™ system payback period of less than one year, this is the kind of product that architects, developers, customers, and energy advocates have long awaited,” stated Mr. Patrick T. Sargent, Solar PV system design and glass expert formerly with AGC Glass Company.
Mr. Sargent went on to note that, “Electricity-generating glass which remains see-through marks the $100 billion architectural glass industry’s single greatest breakthrough in half a century;” and according to CNBC’s Industrial Revolutions, “…SolarWindow™ could give our cities the ability to harvest their own energy needs.”
Our development path to the commercialization of the world’s first-of-their-kind see-through SolarWindow™ coatings for glass would not be possible without your support, for which we are grateful.
Exciting times are ahead of us; our commercialization plans and schedule will be announced soon.
In the interim, please visit our website, www.solarwindow.com, to remain updated on all current technical and business developments.
Very truly yours,
President & CEO
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