Soladigm lands cash for energy-saving 'smart glass'

cnet.com
December 14, 2010
COMMERCIAL, FABRICATION

Rather than rely on blinds, Soladigm [Milpitas, Calif.] has a glass product that uses sensors to tell windows how to adjust light.

The Silicon Valley-based start-up said Tuesday [Dec. 7] that it raised $30 million in private equity to move forward on its plan to manufacture auto-tinting windowsfor energy-efficient commercial buildings. The series-C round of funding was led by DBL Investors and Nano Dimension and includes money from General Electricand existing investors Khosla Ventures and Sigma Partners, according to a Dec. 13 cnet.com report.

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