Project Description

Crown Electrokinetics
Every Window You See Can Be A Smart Window

Date & Time:

August 26, 12:00 PM ET / 9:00 AM PT
Webinar: Details provided upon RSVP approval

About the Event:

Crown Electrokinetics (NASDAQ: CRKN) is poised to disrupt the $10B smart-glass industry. Their pigment-based film called DynamicTint™ is easy to install on any glass surface allowing it to transition between clear and dark in seconds without external power.

DynamicTint™ lowers a building’s energy consumption by controlling the amount of light, and therefore heat, that enters a room. This means lower energy costs.

Powered by solar strips, DynamicTint doesn’t have to be hardwired into the building so it can be used to retrofit existing glass, eliminating the need to install new windows. The benefits are so promising Hudson Pacific Properties, one of the largest office building owners in the western U.S., is now a strategic investor.

Join our webinar to hear from Crown Electrokinetics CEO, Doug Croxall and learn how their innovative technology works not just in new construction, but in every existing office building across the country.

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