Ubiquitous Energy Granted Patent for Integrating Transparent Solar Technology into Displays

REDWOOD CITY, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Ubiquitous Energy, the leader in transparent solar technology, has been granted a new patent by the USPTO extending the coverage of its ClearView Power™ technology to display applications. The patent, U.S. Patent 10,403,774, describes a method in which solar technology can be seamlessly integrated with displays to provide power without visual impact. The patent has potential applications for consumer electronic devices, digital signage, and the internet of things.


“This patent is a great utilization of our transparent solar technology’s wavelength-selective absorption. This allows product designers to create products integrated with solar energy harvesting while maintaining great aesthetics,” said founder and CTO Miles Barr. While the company’s short-term commercialization efforts are focused in architectural window and building integrated photovoltaic (BIPV) markets, this display patent shows the breadth of the company’s platform technology, which can be applied to a variety of products including commercial and residential windows, automotive glass, greenhouses, displays, other consumer electronics.

Ubiquitous Energy has a growing global patent portfolio of more than 50 issued or pending patents, including thousands of individual claims. This broad patent protection has the company well positioned to commercialize its novel transparent solar technology for many end applications.

About Ubiquitous Energy

Ubiquitous Energy is the world leader in transparent photovoltaics. Its award-winning ClearView Power™ technology is the first truly transparent solar product. ClearView Power™ harvests solar energy and serves as an invisible, onboard source of electricity for a variety of end products. The thin coating can be applied to a variety of surfaces to provide electricity generation and energy efficiency. Originally spun out of MIT, Ubiquitous Energy is now producing its highly transparent, efficient solar cells in its pilot production facility in Silicon Valley. For more information, visit www.ubiquitous.energy.


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Ubiquitous Energy, Inc. – Communication
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