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To: dimtint who wrote (29171)12/11/2019 6:57:39 AM
From: slipperywhenwet
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""Fingers crossed that the Hyundai mention leads to GV80:) There are still a few months for 2020 delivered vehicles to announce with SPD....Maybe this is the Asian model....""

Fingers have been holding that position for so long, that they're stuck like that.

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From: Rancon5612/11/2019 4:22:12 PM
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Say it isn't so. Looks like REFR is finding a comfort zone for its self. Has nowhere to go but down. Has they say it's a "family and friend" stock. Just ask Joanee.

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From: Auger5012/11/2019 10:52:23 PM
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Interview posted today.

ride.tech

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To: Auger50 who wrote (29175)12/11/2019 10:55:20 PM
From: Auger50
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I don’t remember hearing about Vitro in the past. Apparently that’s the old ppg glass company?

No, we don’t. We’ve invested $110 million to develop SmartGlass technology and then license it in the automotive industry to almost everybody that’s a major auto glass company, such as AGC, Pilkington, Saint-Gobain and Vitro

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To: Auger50 who wrote (29175)12/12/2019 1:05:36 AM
From: N. Dixon
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Again, I like the new branding. SPD doesn't really speak to those unfamiliar with the technology, SmartGlass makes more sense.


ND

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To: Auger50 who wrote (29176)12/12/2019 7:16:17 AM
From: dimtint
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<<I don’t remember hearing about Vitro in the past. Apparently that’s the old ppg glass company?>>

It also includes the PGW business which in 2009 stated that negotiating an SPD license was one of their four main accomplishments for the year. One of the other four was a $1 billion contract with Daimler.....

Tea leaves and hindsight..... Of course, at that time, there was neither an SPD producer, nor a single non aricraft using SPD.

The history of SPD is one of legit giant interest in this tech in the context of steady improvements and a much readier world.

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From: slipperywhenwet12/12/2019 7:16:17 AM
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So as Mr. Peso stated that the Tel Aviv plant was working 24/7 to produce emulsion to supply the Stuttgart facility, at what capacity level does that put the film production currently? Is that just startup supply or were they caught off guard by the number of orders received? Seems that they would have already had the startup supply produced and ready to go upon film production startup as well. So should we expect 50-60% capacity in the next 6 months or so? Just guessing here, Dave Green, since you have been involved in plant startups, any insight into these issues?

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To: dimtint who wrote (29178)12/12/2019 10:00:37 AM
From: dimtint
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glassbytes.com

Wonders of the internet..

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In the Automotive OEM business, PGW:
• Attained a new contract with Daimler AG to be the main supplier of windshields and laminated glass for Mercedes-Benz cars and SUVs; • Concluded testing with The U.S. Department of Energy’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) which showed that PGW’s Sungate® EP automotive glass improves fuel efficiency, cabin comfort, and driving range in hybrid and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles; • Acquired a license to manufacture and sell SPD SmartGlass™ automotive glass products, which give users the ability to control the amount of light, glare and heat entering their vehicle; and • Confirmed its products meet the California Air Resources Board’s (CARB) Cool Car initiative, which calls for a regulation that will require new cars sold in California to have windows that reject more than 50 percent of the sun’s energy starting with the 2012 model year.California vehicles for the 2016 model year, >>>

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To: dimtint who wrote (29180)12/12/2019 10:10:57 AM
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Why are you wasting people's time with a 10 yr old article?

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To: dimtint who wrote (29171)12/12/2019 2:25:09 PM
From: tinknocker
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Ok, so this is the Volkswagen ID van, One of 7 ID vehicles, all shown with huge panoramic roofs and this was the largest...untill



you watch this video of the unveiling of their latest model, a stationwagon with a HUGE glass roof (2022)
So look at this video, clear @ 11:59 and then dark blue @ 12:26 ? Opinions ? ;
Full Reveal: Volkswagen ID Space Vizzion concept EV wagon
youtube.com

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