About the company
Startup or self-employed
13790 Rousset, France
Marc Ricci, Pierre-Yves Thoulon
Affordable and clean energy
Sustainable cities and communities
Zero-energy buildings are no longer science-fiction: turning façades into solar power plants is now as easy as deploying Crosslux's photovoltaic glazing.
With end-to-end control over its manufacturing process, CROSSLUX delivers photovoltaic glazing with superior optical performance (visual aspect, user comfort), architectural flexibility (adjustable transparency patterns), and environmental friendliness (lowest carbon footprint on the market).
Able to collect the sun's radiated energy and to transform it into electricity, photovoltaic glazing is intended
to replace standard glazing in office and commercial buildings.
Crosslux's photovoltaic (PV) glazing is first and foremost a laminated
glazing. Directly deposited on a glass sheet, stacked nanometric layers
part of the light and directly convert it to electricity: it's the
PV effect! An inconspicuous structuration gives the glazing
its transparency, that can be adjusted at manufacturing time
anywhere between 0 and 80% (even on a single glazing!)
A second glass panel, the front sheet, is laminated on top of the
first one to create a laminated glazing; that glazing can then be
further processed into
double or triple insulated glazing.
Tuning the various layers adds a degree of control over the thermal
behavior of the glazing.
Categories of application
Affordable and clean energy, Sustainable cities and communities
Sector of application
Clean energy production, Building and shelters