We have designed a 24/7 energy solution
that combines state of the art
technologies and looks beautiful

Freschfield

Current technologies (solar panels) only
harvest the sun’s energy from the wavelengths that are within the visible light spectrum.
 
The Freschfield SmartSkinz have
extended the harvestable spectrum due to the use of Quantum Dots.

SmartSkinz are game-changers in the clean
sustainable Smart City space costing less
than current BIPV materials.

Under any weather condition, location or time of the day.

Smartskinz are energy-producing in low light
and no visible light conditions.
 
Once fitted, our High-Performance Building Platforms are able to generate and store enough energy to heat, cool and power a building 24/7 regardless of angle, shade or climate.
 
Included in the engineering of these building platforms is a digital platform for optimal energy-processing and wireless data communication.

Electricity around the clock

A translucent polycarbonate layer and a high-tensile-strength coating are used instead of glass, making Freschfield’s BIPV a lightweight and strong solution that no other company has seen, designed or used to date.
 
SmartSkinz replace current multi-tiered combinations of BIPV glass, styrofoam, solar panels, extra cladding, hours of labour, and produce far more energy than solar panels.

Flexible winning combination

Freschfield’s building-integrated photovoltaics (BIPV) combine energy-generating solutions directly into exclusively designed SmartSkinz on the building.

No solar panels are required, they are replaced by Freschfield’s solutions. Smartskinz can be retro-fitted to existing buildings or designed as a new construction.

It is a dream come true for architects who need aesthetic and engineering flexibility, and must include smart sustainable and ZNE solutions into their projects.

The Freschfield technology

represents a masterful combination of state-of-the-art advances in diverse technologies into one building material: “The Freschfield SmartSkinz”.

It will revolutionize the way new cities will be built and by retrofitting, will convert existing buildings into energy self-sufficient structures.

more efficient than solar cells

A partial list of innovations includes new technology that will convert solar energy into electricity nearly 2 times more efficiently than existing solar cells. The energy that’s generated could be stored and managed by software that regulates the building’s structure.