Andersen Corporation and Ubiquitous Energy Unite to Create Solar Powered Products

by Emily Blackburn

Window and door manufacturer Andersen Corporation, and Ubiquitous Energy, a leader in transparent solar technology, have entered into an agreement to jointly develop a line of energy generating window and door products.

The products will leverage Ubiquitous Energy’s UE Power technology, the only patented and transparent photovoltaic glass coating that harnesses solar power to generate electricity, while remaining almost indistinguishable from traditional windows. With this technology, the products the companies are jointly developing will bring renewable energy generation to windows and doors while providing a clear, natural experience that is similar to what is expected from traditional windows and doors.

“By combining Andersen’s expertise in crafting innovative window and door products that deliver quality, design aesthetic and energy efficiency with the unique properties of UE Power technology, our vision is to develop products that go beyond energy efficiency to energy generation,” said Brandon Berg, senior vice president, research, development and innovation, Andersen Corporation.

The companies began their relationship with an investment from Andersen in Ubiquitous Energy’s Series B financing in 2021. UE Power technology serves as a virtually invisible solar panel that adds renewable energy generation capability to window and door glass while maintaining visual aesthetics.

“We are excited to continue to deepen our relationship with Andersen to together create the first UE Power window and door products for residential and light commercial buildings,” said Susan Stone, chief executive officer, Ubiquitous Energy.

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