ChromoGenics reported that it receives new orders for ConverLight® Static glass of approximately SEK 1.1 million for delivery during 2022.
The orders involve ConverLight® Static glass for Humlegården’s Stora Blå property in Solna, Sweden and for one of Vasakronan’s properties in Uppsala, Sweden. The projects, with a total value of approximately 1.1 MSEK, will be delivered during the fall of 2022 in cooperation with Bollan AB. ChromoGenics have completed several projects in cooperation with Bollan AB, a quality conscious installation company of high-tech façade and window glass in the Stockholm region. With these upgrades, the properties obtain improved protection against solar heat radiation, high insulation value and improved noise reduction.
“We are happy that our returning customers continue to show us confidence and choose to improve their properties with ConverLight® glass and technology from ChromoGenics. It is inspiring for everyone at ChromoGenics to be able to contribute to improved energy efficiency, indoor environment, and tenant well-being.” says Fredrik Fränding, CEO of ChromoGenics.
This statement has been made in a Swedish and English version. In the event of any discrepancies between the Swedish and English text, the Swedish text shall prevail.
ChromoGenics is a PropTech company that produces dynamic glass for real estate. One company product, ConverLight® Dynamic, controls indoor comfort by optimising daylighting, good views and blocking solar heat, and thereby contributing to reducing costs for cooling. ConverLight® Dynamic is based on a patented solution where electrochromic coatings are sputtered onto plastic film and then laminated between glass layers. The plastic film is easy to transport which means long distance shipping of bulky glass can be avoided. ChromoGenics also offers ConverLight® Static, a static glass version, and a façade glazing solution, ConverLight® Energy. ChromoGenics has supplied glazing technology to a large number of major real estate companies. Its shares were listed on the Nasdaq First North Growth Market in 2017.