Solar Window System Created By RSi

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Sure, there are lots of solar options out there right now: solar panels, solar roofs, solar shingles, and even solar film to apply on your windows. But RSi has come up with an even better solution – straight up photovoltaic solar windows.Sure, there are lots of solar options out there right now: solar panels, solar roofs, solar shingles, and even solar film to apply on your windows. But RSi has come up with an even better solution – straight up photovoltaic solar windows. What they claim is the world’s first transparent solar window will come in any size up to 9’x9′, and is supposed to help cut a building’s heating and cooling costs by 50%! Plus, the windows will come with extra options as well, such as fireproofing and bulletproofing to ensure they’re safe for all kinds of weather or design purposes. Or, if you want to install some of these in your own home, there is an option for smart-home tech, such as built in electrical privacy curtains or something brand new – the option to turn your window into a light panel. Find out more about this cool new technology at RSi’s official site.

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